Archive for tag: white space

White space, which simply defined means the space on a page not covered by print or graphics, has always appealed to me. I learned its value way back in the early 1980s when I was a newspaper journalist (in the days when hot wax and rollers were used to hold type on broadsheet pages before printing – imagine!). We used white space to draw the reader to a story – or a certain aspect of ...

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