Here’s a simple question. Why is the MPAA rating screen shown before every film so poorly designed? White text with a black shadow creates enough contrast on a green background to vibrate. The text is in ALL CAPS, making it more difficult to read. Then there is the small, compressed type shoe-horned into a thick-bordered table without enough padding. Everything is center-aligned, but due to the table layout, some of it is offset. The only positive is that the most important information is bigger and bolder, clearly standing out from the rest.