From The New York Times to Quartz, which publisher is king of the visual web?

Millennials don’t read, they scan. A generation of readers is caught in a perpetual scroll, so it’s no surprise that publishers that aim to capture that coveted demographic are leaning toward images to catch (if not hold) their attention. “You’re not reading every article, you’re reading across articles,” said Kyle Outlaw, group experience director and UX expert at Razorfish.Read the full article