Is your ad’s small print big enough? Check with our test card
If you are creating an advert that includes superimposed text — often called legal supers or small print — it’s important the text is large enough to be read clearly on screen.
Legal text should be written in standard English punctuation.
Punctuation shows how the sentence should be read and makes the meaning clear. Every sentence should include at least a capital letter at the start, and a full stop, exclamation mark or question mark at the end. This basic system indicates that the sentence is complete.
To make sure your legal supers meet all size requirements, download our free test card.
You can also get information about how to use a test card below. If you have any questions, please speak to your Clearcast contact.