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Friday, September 16, 2005

News designers flock to VisualEditors

Online Journalism Review has an article on Chicago Sun-Times news design editor Robb Montgomery's side project, VisualEditors.com. To Robb's surprise, the design-dedicated site has quickly become much more than a side project, boasting more than a million page views a month! Apart from providing the best forum for newspaper design on the Web, over the summer Robb added podcasts to the mix which became immediately popular. "I’m always tinkering with my own limits. It’s about always changing, always getting better. It’s about thinking: How can I make the site more intuitive – more informative?" Congrats to Robb on his willingness to experiment and excellent site!

Source: OJR

Posted by john burke on September 16, 2005 at 01:11 PM in d. Design and infographics | Permalink

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