Comparing sizes

Illustrations are a great way to help people compare and choose, especially when they need to visualize dimensions or quantities.

pictures of paper documents for online tasks.

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This web site of a magazine f w ) does a good job of linking visually to its print edition while providing the articles in web format.

This web site of a magazine f w ) does a good job of linking visually to its print edition while providing the articles in web format.

The visual connection to the f ^J print version is relevant because they want to increase print subscriptions

/^S Notice how clear the titles f ^J are. Many are full sentences with the key message in the title.

Figure 11-7 Showing the cover of a book or magazine makes sense if you want people to buy the print version. Otherwise, consider not including pictures of print documents as you move to web-based information. www.ers.usda.gov

The visual connection to the f ^J print version is relevant because they want to increase print subscriptions

/^S Notice how clear the titles f ^J are. Many are full sentences with the key message in the title.

Figure 11-7 Showing the cover of a book or magazine makes sense if you want people to buy the print version. Otherwise, consider not including pictures of print documents as you move to web-based information. www.ers.usda.gov

Have you ever gone to a web site to rent a car and been unsure of the difference between "economy" and "compact" or between "standard" and "mid-size"? Pictures can clarify distinctions like these. Compare Figures 11-8 and 11-9.

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