Hypermedia Systems (HS) have deeply modified the methods for organizing and recovering information with respect to most traditional transmission methods; they are radically changing the experiences of reading, communication, comprehension and learning. This work aims at showing the results of a study on the consequences and the relationship between the presence of image and the positive attitudes generated in learning processes within HS multidimensional readings. We set to demonstrate that the presence of images, particularly digital images, has a positive influence on the singular construction of hypermedia narratives; first, from their appeal and then by facilitating the thematic decentering and the access to conceptualization. From these results, we propose guidelines to be applied in didactic HS designs.