Bullet Points

In typography, a bullet ( • ) is a typographical symbol or glyph used to introduce items in a list. For example:Item 1Item 2Item 3It is likely that the name originated from the resemblance of the traditional circular bullet symbol (•) to a projectile bullet.The bullet symbol may take any of a variety of shapes, such as circular, square, diamond, arrow, etc., and typical word processor software offer a wide selection of shapes and colours. Several regular symbols are conventionally used in ASCII-only text or another environments where bullet characters are not available, such as * (asterisk), - (hyphen), . (period), and even o (lowercase O).
Posts about Bullet Points
  • 7 Dead-Simple Ways to Improve Slide Decks

    … rows will block it. I recommend putting repetitive branding, such as your company logo or your Twitter handle there. For assistance, here's an example widescreen template for PowerPoint, Keynote, and PDF that blocks off where images and text should be in your presentation. Avoid putting important info too close to the sides or bottom of your…

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  • How To Structure Blog Posts For A Better Reader Experience

    I’m not a writer. I’m a blogger. In my mind there’s a difference between the two. What works in writing books doesn’t always work in writing a blog and vice versa. That’s particularly true of how you structure blog posts. Get it wrong and it will make it harder for people to read. Harder to read means people just won’t bother.

    Tim Bonner/ Tim Bonner Blog- 5 readers -