Medium.com readable?

Gabrieli, we are talking about the service of collective blogs from the creators of Twitter and blogger medium.com.
I have tried many times to read the articles in this resource, but it is simply impossible. Lose not only the lines but also letters.
Evident everything from text size to line spacing.
The only solution is to reduce the zoom to 75%, then reading it becomes a little easier.
And, well, the question is, am I the only one who notices this shortcoming? Maybe I do not understand something in web typography?

And just answer questions no I do not have vision problems, screen resolutions of 1600x900 and 1920x1080, with the reading of the text on other web sites I have no problems.
October 3rd 19 at 02:58
6 answers
October 3rd 19 at 03:00
Solution
Yes, 75% looks better.
October 3rd 19 at 03:02
What's not to like? Half interval. Text. Nothing except the text. Everything is fine. Don't see the problem atsumete under him if necessary. 100% reads quite comfortable. Especially on the tablet.
October 3rd 19 at 03:04
All perfectly readable, the typography there is superb for my taste!
October 3rd 19 at 03:06
Looking at what to watch and from what distance, I think.

On a notebook 1600*900, which is about a half — difficult to read, much more comfortable at 75% zoom. When reading from a desktop monitor, 1440*900, which is about 1.2 m (or 1.5 m if to lean back on the chair) — reading becomes comfortable, absolutely without straining your eyes. That's in terms of text size.

And what about the font and line spacing — here all individually. Works for me. And some don't. All hard to please. In my opinion, typography is quite thought out and the text readable.
October 3rd 19 at 03:08
Readable, but not exciting. Link for those who wanted the link:
medium.com/what-i-learned-building/4191574378
October 3rd 19 at 03:10
www.read-able.com tells us that quite bearable: "This page has an average grade level of about 7. It should be easily understood by 12 to 13 year olds."
But I honestly do not like such "style". One time I tried to use a browser extension that improves readability the desired website, but due to the fact that it was perepechatyvali in approximately this format, removed.
Apparently, subjective and a matter of habit.
Hmm, read-able.com as I just realized, can only in the analysis of the text itself, but not its design. Sorry. - Flavio64 commented on October 3rd 19 at 03:13

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