A picture's often worth a thousand words
We had a round table discussion a few decades ago on how to improve our NATOPS manual (Navy flying manual, T-34C training aircraft). The most well received recommendation was from my good friend (call sign Snake) which was as follows.
Use more pictures
A picture's worth a thousand words.
I wrote a five paragraph recommendation on the engine system section that was responded to with yawns 8^p
Snake was right. We found through the process of reviewing all of the "end of course" critiques that with both instructors and students, where you could insert a diagram of a particular process or system we had fewer problems with comprehension than with the five-to-six-paragraph-wall-text approach for a lot of the content in that manual. Some of our training material was updated with this in mind.
Point to ponder: the Ancient Egyptians managed a civilization nicely
for about 2000 years using pictures, not words, as the means of
Second Point to Ponder: Steve Jobs made billions when he decided to use pictures to replace text.
Sometimes, a brief bit of text and a picture / diagram is exactly the answer that is called for.
There isn't a problem here.