By Julia Salem
January 4, 2012
Content is being created continuously across the web; much of the content created is unreadable because many designers are not chunking their content. “Content chunking is a technique of combining pieces of content into sizable chunks, so that it’s easy and efficient for users to consume.” An example of this technique could be adding chapters to a book. Without chapters, readers forget parts of the story and can get lost in the text.
The article below discusses tips for chunking your content effectively, so readers will get the most out of your content.