Whitespace is always a good idea —
We all need to breathe, right? So does our design, to stay alive and look alive. That’s where whitespace comes for. If designers are just throwing a bunch of different elements on the screen, their design automatically becomes cluttered and distracting with too much information and too many interactive elements.
White space is just an empty space that gives your design to breathe. It is often called negative space because the space between the elements is not always white. White or negative space it’s an empty area between the objects and the elements, and as for me, white space is one of the most important UI principles that UI designers need to get good at if they want to be successful designers.
There is two types of negative space: macro space and micro space
Macro space is the larger space between elements, the space between layout elements. Micro space is the smaller space between elements.
Lastly, the best three ways to manipulate negative space are:
- line height