…editors, writes and designers must realize that today’s readers are visual. Impatient. Easily bored. Readers absorb data in a variety of ways: through words, photos, charts, maps, diagrams. They want news packaged in a sort of “information mosaic,” a combination of text, data and images that approaches complex issues from fresh new angles.
Years ago, when big stories broke, editors assigned reporters to write miles and miles of pure text. (And yes, readers would read it.) Today, when big stories break, editors assign reporters, photographers and graphic artists to make concepts understandable in both words and pictures.
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