The past two decades haven’t been kind to the journalism industry. Whether you’re a former subscriber to a small town paper or completely disinterested in the news cycle, you probably know what went down: the internet came along, readers stopped buying newspapers, and newsrooms closed.
Why can’t this be easier? We’ve all had that thought while trying to design a document or flier for work or school, and everyone knows the pain of laboring for hours to make something look good. That feeling—frustration mounting as the program’s quirks seem more impossible to master with every passing moment—is practically ubiquitous.