Visual journalism includes:
Infographics (also called information graphics or just graphics) can be loosely defined as a pictorial representation of data. Infographics are a type of visual journalism. Common examples are charts, graphs, maps, and diagrams.
Common problems include:
- Not starting at zero
- Projections that aren't obvious
- Information that does not match the article
News design is the process of arranging editorial material on a newspaper page, and the resulting arrangement. Overlapping terms include layout, makeup, and pagination. News design incorporates principles of graphic design and is taught as part of journalism training in schools and colleges.
- Bibliography from Poynter
- Poynter Institute section on design and graphics
- Visual Editors
- Wikipedia category
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