The other day, I was flipping through The Wall Street Journal. I read many periodicals online, but I like the WSJ in print because of the design and layout. So when I saw the full page image and message from the editor about the wrongfully detained journalist Evan Gershkovich, I paused. The power of the full page message did what it was designed to do—stop me in my tracks. It made me think about the gravity of the situation. Images and messages can be powerful to convey a point if executed well. It’s worth taking time to notice when they do.
The Power of an Image
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