NEWSPAPER publishing, MASS media, LAYOUT (Printing), NEWSPAPERS, and PRINT materials
The article discusses the mistakes committed by newspapers when they redesign. It cites the papers' tendency to shrink body type to fit smaller Web widths. It notes that a fixed rail on any cover affects layout and design options, leading to pages with less impact. Other mistakes include Web promotions in the top boxes, lack of hierarchy, runover pages that are a wall of type, not enough prototyping and decline in publication frequency.
MASS media, PERIODICALS, NEWSPAPERS, TABLOID newspapers, and SCIENTIFIC experimentation
Discusses the public prototype experiment of a redesigned Sunday newspaper of the "Columbia Missourian" as of June 2004. Description of the prototype Sunday paper; Difference between the notion of tabloid and broadsheets; Benefits of the community paper from the public prototyping.