Човеков треба да наплаќа…

…посебно на секој кој ја чита колумната.

Steve Outing во својата месечна колумна Let’s Redesign the Print Edition во Editor&Publisher дава многу совети како да се редизајнираат весниците. За пример зема два американски весника и преку нив препорачува директни сугестии за осовременување на весниците како медиум.

За жал најмногу ќе може да им наплати на американците, но сепак има по некој (многу се) поучен совет и за сите широкогради уредници и сопственици.

Во прилог само неколку кратки референци од колумната чисто како провокација за да ја прочитате. ЗАДОЛЖИТЕЛНО е да го прочитате воведот и редизајнот на првата страна.

On the front page of one of the papers there’s an index to the major sections and features in the paper. Included is a “How to reach us” heading with the main switchboard number and nothing else. Wow. That’s dumb

What are missing from this front page are teasers to supplemental online coverage of the main stories

Include a box in the trial story that mentions that a verdict is expected sometime today, and tell print readers that they can check online during the day, where you’ll have the verdict news the minute it breaks

Извор: Editor&Publisher

1 Comment Човеков треба да наплаќа…

  1. Green Bay Packers Je 21/11/2012 at 10:07

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