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Content and structure

You need to consider the content and structure when designing a publication as this will determine how successful it is. Think about which text, charts, diagrammes, images and animation are appropriate for the publication you are designing. To help you make these decisions you should ask a suitable test user or your teacher.

The position of key items on the page is also important. Key information should be placed in a prominent position and should be the first thing the audience notices. You need to find the correct balance between text, images and audio.

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