Magazine article Communication World

For Good Measure

Magazine article Communication World

For Good Measure

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Did you notice the magazine's new design? I can explain it in it one word: readability. In the past few years I've heard from a contingent of CW readers about the need for increased readability. And then there was the call from the Canadian Association for the Blind, where a polite representative talked to me pointedly and at length about the challenges of reading small type on color backgrounds when you are over 40. Add to that the transformation of IABC's web site (www.iabc.com) to a more modern look, and you have the ingredients for a major shift in thinking about IABC's visual identity. I hope you'll enjoy our clean and sleek design, in addition to some newly found visual clarity. Drop me a note and let me know what you think.

As we prepared for this issue, I received some disappointing news. After a year of Editor's Angle columns, which included some of the finest, funniest, most outrageous and useful articles to grace the pages of CW, Steve Crescenzo is moving on. If you find yourself missing Steve as much as I know I will, you can get some relief by going to his blog, blog.ragan.com /stevesblog. In the meantime, we are thankful to CW team member Sue Khodarahmi, who will apply her own brand of irreverent humor and years of experience to take on this important column (see page 13). …

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