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This concept will repeat: "My Desk." A brief story and then pull-outs about what is on a person's desk.
Numbers/graphs are fun quick-reads.
Like "My Desk," but this version features a room.
Creative timelines can be used for a variety of topics.
These stories begin with "This Was the Year That..." and then is followed with a story that follows that theme.
The "One-Word Interview" is a fun way to get someone's reaction to various things or people.
Fun charts can be used to break down information.
On the side is "Ask Dr. Ozzy." Something similar could be done using a teacher or coach.
The bottom sidebar is aligned at top leaving extra room at the bottom.
The choose-your-adventure concept is fun and can be used for a variety of stories.
Here's an idea like "My Desk" that uses the same concept but with a person.
Product reviews can be done in a cool way like this.
Pull-outs comment on the Wikipedia-style story of another person.
This is a clean Q&A with hanging responses like the sidebar above.
The thermometer is a fun way to rate things.
Another version of the classic timeline.
A "Where are they now?" with pull-outs.
Another example of using numbers and statistics.
Yet another "My Desk" version.
Another rating style, hot to cold.
These wrestlers answer the question, "What's the best advice you've been given?'
The bullseye is also used to rate things.
An overhead shot can be fun.
Presenting graphs in unique ways is cool to the reader.
Here are four pages of an extended comparison between Tom Brady and Peyton Manning.
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