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Blog changes

Posted by Signe Trewyn on September 29th, 2015


Through the course of the week, I have looked at the NewsU course which gave me tips on how to improve my blog overall. There was one concept that allowed me to show my readers where to look. I have added more photos within my blog so that there are two photos for the reader to look at. There is also an order to my photos that allow the reader to read the text and see the photos in a way that flows which eases readability.

The second change I made was that I added another photo within my recent blog post in order to break up the article so that the reader is not overwhelmed with the text. I noticed in the NewsU course that it is encouraged to see the photos in order to understand the text they are reading. I added photos to the articles that appeared to be lengthy and the photos showed my opinion on what I read from the reader and my explanation of what I read. This way the ideas are separated and it is easier for me to read and not too much information at once.

The third change I made was I broke down the story about the New York Times into smaller chunks so that readers can read the story without having to scroll too far to get to the end of the post. The photo of the books also breaks up the post since it gives the reader a chance to focus on the photo and not on the text all at once. This way the story is presented in a way that is manageable. Chunks create a way for the reader to be introduced to the story.

3 Responses to “Blog changes”

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  3. Jim Rhodes Says:

    Now you know how to make your blog better. You can also learn how to make homework fun if you want. You might need that.

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