When looking at a website or interface, there are few things more annoying than half pixels. The resulting blurred edges make your potentially great product look hastily designed, uncared for and unfinished. Admittedly, if you are working with company logos, especially type-based ones, half pixels are a fairly regular occurrence and potentially frustrating to deal with. When it comes to icons, buttons or any other interface elements however there are no excuses.
So, today I thought I’d share some tips on Pixel Hinting – which very simply means moving your vector points so that they fall on the pixel grid.