Graphics help journalists visually tell an audience a story, give information, or most commonly, provide data. The purpose of this is to help the reader understand the data better and provides visual […]
What’s that called again? These are words every designer should know from the Newspaper Designer’s Handbook by Tim Harrower.
Whether you like to sketch, take notes, make lists, or write down your interviews, it’s a great idea to have a notebook handy. This one is small enough to slip right into your bag or pocket.
Having trouble determining if your story is newsworthy? Consult this flowchart to see if your story is worth writing.