Words have the power to energize populations, to clarify confusing situations, and to comfort when someone needs empathy.


To deliver a cohesive experience for your customers, you’ll need to stay consistent in whichever style you pick, whether that means title casing or sentence casing your text. When you see a mix of styles out in the wild, warning lights might start flashing in your mind.


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