Start from the top and work your way down
That would be in date order, most recent first. Most blogs are arranged in this way, so very little energy's required - all it takes is a bit of scrolling and the occasional click on 'Older Posts'. Best used if you fancy a touch of randomness 'Loo-style'.
Flicking through 'Where have we been?'
'Where have we been?' is the blog archive. Just click on the wedges to open up the post topics. Best suited if you're the sort of person who enjoys browsing in a bookshop, flicking through pages and stopping when something catches your eye.
Directory of Concepts
This is the blog's 'Table of Contents'. If you're a structured learner, this one's for you. The ideas behind visual composition are laid out in order of development, from the basic to the more advanced.
- Clicking on a topic title will take you to the relevant post.
- Yellow index numbers are subtopics with photographic examples; clicking on the sub-topic number (e.g. 1.1.2) will draw up all posts with illustrating photos and, where tag limits allow, the description of the concept.