As a brief overview, I looked through an article written by Jason Ward on a couple of artists who create “mecha” toys/models and how they connect to his own work as an Industrial Design student. The article analyzes both the methods used to create these mecha models and the reasoning behind the artists want to create them.
Overall, his article is fairly short and to-the-point, as Molly Snyder claims online articles should be. Ward’s intro paragraph introduces the idea quickly, and the next paragraph then gives even just a little more information relevant to the rest of the article. Ward also keeps his paragraphs short, with maybe only three sentences max per paragraph.
Ward also makes use of “the Active Voice”. He directly states what the person is doing, rather than passively going about the action. Throughout the article, Ward also makes use of a few hyperlinks, linking you to pages relevant to the topic at hand.
In total, Ward makes use of the aspects brought up by Molly Snyder well. It is a short/to-the-point article, that gets its primary ideas across quickly and also makes use of brief paragraphs that efficiently say what is wanted to be gotten across.