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Visual Linking | DesignNotes by Michael Surtees

Visual Linking

I thought the image above was an interesting way to display particular links that Vasta checks daily. Compare that with his del.icio.us links. Image vs. text, which one is better? The tendency would be to say the text, but I’m not so sure. Some of those images in tiny squares convey a lot of info. Text says a lot (obviously), but if you skim and don’t take the time to read the link info, how does that become better than a small image? There’s a lot more to explore, but by comparing those two ways to find links I’m not so sure text is the only way to go.

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