What is the difference between writing content on the web and writing plain print? A major difference in writing for the web versus writing for print is the ability to catch the reader’s attention. When writing for the web, I insist the content have a perfect title that and an illustration. Both needs to grab the reader’s attention immediately. For print, the font and structure is important. For a web page, the design does not need to be fancy. The role of a design and interface for a web page is to make the reading easy for the reader. The reader should be able to flow down the web page without looking at a plain screen of words nor being distracted by fancy layouts. Soft and mild colors are an essential element that is necessary for a website’s visual appeal. With these elements and formats, any reader would be attracted to read your content to the end.

-Steven D. Jackson



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