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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…


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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 ...


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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.


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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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