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I have seen quite effective layouts where articles are thrown in with mixed “media” like recipes, lists, maps, things to do, drawings, opinions…
As I've answered elsewhere I use sequence diagrams to map non-fiction (design) stories. Let us assume that I want to write a story about me and my mapmaking obsession. Then I would start like: (if the diagram is not readable you can download the diagram and open it with a picture viewer) On the top and bottom row are the story's actors and participants ...
It's good to change up the structure for every few articles, so they don't bore the reader with all the same format. Other than that, I think it would have to do quite a bit with your target audience.
A sentence has a subject and a verb, sometimes an object. He recites. (Subject: he; Verb: recites) She throws a book. (Subject: She; Verb: throws; Object: a book) A sentence fragment is missing some part of that. Ran down the street. (Verb: ran; no subject) His impossibly high cheekbones. (Object: cheekbones; no subject or verb) Full ...
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