problem 1: prepare brief definitions or descriptions of the ten following design and sub-editing terms:
problem 2: Why do we design newspapers, magazines and websites? Why are image and appearance so significant for these publications?
problem 3: What are the different visuals that are available to a sub-editor in print and online? Give illustrations of how you would use each visual.
problem 4: What is a wire service and how must a sub-editor and page designer deal with their material?
problem 5: How must a sub-editor and designer adjust their approach when editing text for the web?
problem 6: There are five main principles of editing as set out by Stephen Quinn. They are a) positive, b) active, c) specific, d) simple and e) concise. describe what is meant by each of such principles.
problem 7: Set out the role of a sub-editor, a copytaster and a page designer and the skills needed to carry out those roles efficiently, and consider how digital convergence has influenced their working routine.
problem 8: “Design for the screen, not paper” and “Speed is of the essence” prepares Quinn. What are the major principles of designing for the web?