Layout elements are largely used in newspapers, magazines, and business documents. They serve to either provide information to readers or to attract their attention. In the best situations, these elements accomplish both tasks.
Lines of text that are set in larger type for the purpose of attracting readers are headlines.
In a lengthy article, subheads can be used to break text into shorter segments. Subheads can also appear beneath a headline, but should not be too detailed.
When you want to draw attention to a dramatic quote, you can reprint the quote in larger type within the article. The second, larger version of the quote is known as a pull quote.
Infographics are informational graphic elements such as maps, charts, and diagrams.
When you include photos, artwork, or infographics, you might need a caption to give readers a bit more detail.
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The World Trade Center's south tower at the moment of collapse, with St. Peter's Church in the foreground
THE DAY THE TOWERS FELL. Time, v. 178, n.11, p. 6, 2011.
MAY 10, 2011
Construction on both the new 1 World Trade Center, far left, with 80 of 102 floors built, and 4 World Trade Center, which will top out at 72 floors, is set for completion in 2013
THE DAY THE TOWERS FELL. Time, v. 178, n.11, p. 51, 2011.
The two short texts were published in TIME magazine on Sept.19, 2011, a special commemorative issue. What kind of layout elements are they?
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