“Front Page Fingerprint” is a data visualization executed by Derek Chan, a student in the University of Washington design department, in which the formal elements of the New York Times front page—such as white space, headline size and length, body copy, imagery and color palette—are shown for each day.

“Front Page Fingerprint” is a data visualization executed by Derek Chan, a student in the University of Washington design department, in which the formal elements of the New York Times front page—such as white space, headline size and length, body copy, imagery and color palette—are shown for each day.

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