Going Deep with Footnotes
Whether you’re explaining, referencing, or elaborating, footnotes and endnotes are an invaluable designing tool.
True to their name, footnotes are simply notes at the foot of the page. They contain ancillary information that supports or extends the main text by providing additional information or giving credit to sources. They are numbered in some way (using numbers, letters, or symbols) and they are keyed to the text by a note reference (often also called a cue or callout).. . . .
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