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The Tale of Two Ad Pages

“It is a far, far better thing that I do, than I have ever done…” The words are […]

Design and chess

A man, they say, is king of his castle. That may be so, but there’s a word for […]

Nitty-Gritty Design Top Ten

Nitty-Gritty Design Top Ten A client recently asked me to put together a presentation for his newspapers on […]

Rookies Make Mistakes

Let’s face it: If you have a ‘new kid’ doing design on your staff, you’ll have some design […]

Is your “designer” a designer?

During a recent phone conversation with a publisher, she told me: “We have a designer who does that.” […]

Henninger: What they said

Here’s what some people say about who we are and what we do!

Henninger: Taking a closer look at your design – Part 1

When was the last time you gathered your staff and took a close look at your newspaper’s design?

Henninger: 60 inches? No visual? Unacceptable

What would readers do with a story that’s 60 inches long sans visuals? And, what would the editor do about it?

Henninger: Giving writers their due

The state of writing in newspapers is directly proportional to the amount of editing and direction that writers receive.

Henninger: Text type suggestions

By: Ed Henninger A reader emailed to mention that I’d recently written a column listing New Century Schoolbook […]