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DIAGRAMMATIC WRITING


What the readings complicate about Krug's sense of reading


The effectiveness of the the argument in each - Drucker's visual argument and Marshall's scholarly argument - to the extent that those arguments can be isolated from their material presentation


What the readings complicate about the practice of web content design and presentation


What the articles mean in practice. How might what they argue be taken into web content writing and design?


READING AND WRITING THE ELECTRONIC BOOK


What the readings complicate about Krug's sense of reading


- Krug shows us that we skim pages to gain information
- Should reading be purposefully examined or only used to find vital information
- Should a reader be engaged with a text
- Are there several purposes to reading
- "Does layout have any bearing on actual reading performance?" Krug would say yes, Marshall leaves the question open for examination
- Krug believes a conventional online layout will help users find information faster, while Marshall doesn't think layout makes a difference in reading
- Marshall is very focused on differences in fonts

The effectiveness of the the argument in each - Drucker's visual argument and Marshall's scholarly argument - to the extent that those arguments can be isolated from their material presentation


What the readings complicate about the practice of web content design and presentation


What the articles mean in practice. How might what they argue be taken into web content writing and design?

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