Handling text and images in editorials

When it comes to design, it’s always important to make sure that the text doesn’t take up more space than images. This is because usually viewers will be put off reading the text if there seems like there is a lot on the page. It’s always good to ensure the images and bodies of text cover 50% of a page each.

Another issue that can occur when you’re creating an editorial is that the images tend to use up a lot of data. If it’s a piece for online, all of the content may not be able to be uploaded because the images are too large. You can change the size of images on software such as Photoshop. When you’re on Windows, they’re particularly useful because they have a snippet tool which makes images that you highlight smaller.

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