4. Curate or Be Curated: A Visual Interlude
Veröffentlicht: 11.12.2019
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In this post, I wanted to curate a visual essay out of my screenshot collection. A recent infographic claimed that articles that contain images receive 94 percent more views than those without. Visuals are processed 600,000 times faster than text. Audiences can recall 65% of the visual content that they see almost three days later, in comparison to about 10% of written content. Adding an image at the beginning of every article reduces bounce rate; and with more engagement you can generate higher revenue and cultural authority.

[caption id="attachment_3172" align="alignnone" width="300"]Dominique François Arago presenting the discovery of Daguerreotype, L’Académie des sciences, August 10, 1839 (156417)

Left: Maria Popova, Curator of brainpickings.comhttps://www.gettyimages.com.au/detail/news-photo/editor-of-brain-pickings-maria-popova-is-photographed-for-news-photo/169860660?uiloc=thumbnail_more_from_this_event_adp; Right: Hans Ulrich Obrist, Serpentine Galleries: https://www.gettyimages.co.nz/detail/news-photo/art-curator-critic-art-historian-and-co-director-of-news-photo/471334964[/caption]

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