It would be a free PDF. I have a small business newsletter as a sponsor (not paying me anything, just cooperating with the promotion to their readers).It would be a summary of data, tables.I'm thinking I could probably screen capture some design things that don't really reveal the company in case I have a criticism about a font, an image.With books, you can cite a small portion. I don't know how that works with websites.This link shows a summary of another study - no images, no names, just text and charts:
It would just be my logo, the newsletter sponsoring the study logo and the text on the findings and the charts. I thought a few images (good and bad) would illustrate what I saw. If a web site has 6 pages and I do a screenshot of the home page, that seems excessive like taking 3 lines out of a 10 line poem. I'm probably just going to use cropping to show examples of design and not use a whole home page anyway. But if I use a whole home page screen capture, I should be OK if it's a decent size site. I'm just going to say things like the phone number is XXXXX low, colors too dark, no call to action for a demo, white paper, etc.
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