Let me correct that: Reading Wikipedia is aweful.
The guys over at 1910 seem to agree with me. Instead of repeating everything they have said, let me highlight one or two things:
"While big parts of the internet have gone through an amazing journey in terms of typography these last years, Wikipedia’s reading experience is still stuck in the 90’s."
"The text is too small, the lines are too long and the leading is too tight. Pictures are tiny and the general layout includes a lot of visual noise that distracts you from the actual reading."
Here's the full article, which i highly recommend reading: http://blog.weare1910.com/post/75576312730/a-readable-wikipedia
Anyway, it inspired me. And if you know me, you know what i'm getting at: I wrote a userstyle. And of course i'm going to share it with you.
The goal was to bring Wikipedia from this:
… to so