Washington Post launches new section

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The Washington Post recently merged its Style and Arts section. You can see the results at the NewsDesigner site.

Note the examples of what we discuss in graphics class:

  • Modular design, emphasizing rectangular story structure where possible. Only inside pages violate this standard because of advertising restrictions.
  • Large graphics, including one dominant graphic per page.
  • Large headlines with a clean, eye-catching style.
  • Nice use of white space, the often forgotten element of good design.

[Continue reading Merging Style and Arts]

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