An Island of Visuals

Mentalfloss.com

Writing on the web should flow well and be easily understood by the reader. In Writing For Digital Media by Brian Carroll, it states that visuals on the web should be treated like an island (58). Each paragraph should explain its main topic without the viewer having to go backward or forward. This helps the reader understand the writer’s topic better. In an Adpushup blog by Ankit Oberoi, he says that visual elements affect how the reader relates to the words they are reading. Every writer should make the most of their writing through every word.

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