Active White Space:
This is the space that you make a conscious effort to add to your design for emphasis and structure. Active white space is often asymmetrical, which makes the design look more dynamic and active. It draws a user’s attention and to emphasize certain elements like a headline, logo or graphic inside our design.
Passive White Space:
The space between small objects that goes unnoticed. The designers use it to create texts or arrange paragraphs or icons. It generally occurs naturally, such as the area between words on a line or the space surrounding a logo or graphic element. Though it goes without being noticed, this white space is intentionally added there in a very subtle way, to allow the eye to easily read the design/text.
2. Таблица пробелов и символов нулевой ширины от Кирилла Беляева.
3. Бар о пай — тест на знание основ визуализации данных от Парка Интуиции.