I'm remembering a usability study I once saw that demonstrated it's better for scanning or readability on a website's news article or text-heavy page to have any photos as their own row by themselves, rather than pinched into a column with text wrapping around it.
Text wrapping around the image was kind of a legacy pattern from print magazine design.
Like how most major news publishers do it.
But now I can't find the study that showed that.
Does anyone have any studies that describe what I'm talking about? I don't want to justify by merely saying "that's how NYTimes does it".