Australia’s Process magazine has a smart new website.
Relaunched Swedish design magazine Form launches this week with an open party in London tomorrow. All welcome at The Gopher Hole, 350 – 354 Old Street, 7pm–late.
Off-subject but a must-see in London is the newly opened Wim Crouwel exhibition at the Design Museum. Graphics shows are rare enough but exhibitions of this scale and scope even rarer.
March 10, 2011
Following the references to Monocle in response to the recent NYTimes posts here, I thought it interesting to dust down this detailed look at the magazine’s print and digital design from insider Dan Hill…
…while Andrew gives a blow by blow editorial review of the new NYTimes magazine.
Ebony redesign revealed by SPD.
Khoi highlights the differences between print and digital production timelines, notes what every designer knows and publishers tend to overlook: digital takes longer and is less nimble than print. UPDATE –I’m happy to clarify that Khoi believes the opposite is usually true. In his post he is referring to one particular instance.
A new children’s magazine in France: hello, Bonbek.
The other side of magazine-y: men’s mag; model on cover; scratch n stiff knickers. Urgh.
The other side of of trend prediction: photographer David Campbell reveals the stock photography created to feed stories of cultural/class anxiety.
Little White Lies have set another creative challenge, and this time ‘you don’t need some whiz bang Mac loaded with shiny software. All you need is your regular household tat, some sticky back plastic and loads of imagination’. The challenge? build a rocket.
Luke Hayman’s latest redesign for Builder.
More details of the upcoming EDO event; the exhibition, free drinks, a magazine quiz and the chance to win an iPad.
Meanwhile, at Colophon we’re dusting down our project plans and hope to soon have news of events later this year.
Type by Hellovon
I’ve been meaning to highlight the covers of Bloomberg Business Week for some time. Design director Richard Turley moved from London and The Guardian to New York about a year ago to redesign the magazine following its purchase by Bloomberg. He’s done a great job, as these set of covers show.
More from Italy: Focus magazine redesigned by LeftLoft.
A complete set of Eye front covers.
Adobe go public with their Digital Publishing Suite, the tool developed by/for the Wired and New Yorker iPad apps. Looks like they want to charge per issue.
Two great covers neatly juxtaposed on SPD blog.
Cute zine about Morrissey fans – Carniovores and Destructors.
September 16, 2010
David Hepworth describes the first months with an iPad, suggests it’s not good for pictures. Read comments too.
More on the end of browsing in magazine stores – Jean reports from Japan.
New York: SPD have a great line up for their Paper to Pixels iPad discussion on September 22. Creatives from Time, Glamour and Popular Mechanics join consultant Joe Zeff and chair Josh Klenart.
Rumours persist that Rupert Murdoch’s News International will soon launch standalone newspaper apps.
Condé Nast affirms it place alongside News International as the main cheerleaders for editorial iPad apps, announcing November launches for UK Wired and UK Vogue. Wired is being developed by the print team while Vogue has been outsourced to SIXcreative. CN managing director Nicholas Coleridge believes app sales could account for 40% of the company’s sales by 2025.
Apple are rumoured to be planning a subscription service for online newspaper apps.
Time magazine catches up with the Newspaper Club.
The ‘will print die’ discussion continues with this report from the US National Magazine Awards evening, see comments after report.
Today’s Daily Telegraph features a wrap-around ad for HSBC printed on tracing paper, allowing the front page to appear (albeit murkily) behind the ad. Added perk (or not?) – the Queen appears to be in the ad.
I’ve been a guest of those nice chaps at It’s Nice That this week, where I’ve featured MK Bruce/Lee, mono.kultur, Cut, The Brain and La Mas Bella. Read all five posts here.
New York, The New Yorker, Wired... must be the ASME National Magazine Awards 2010.
Mark Porter reviews his ex-colleague Richard Turley’s redesign for Business Week and can’t avoid the similarities to The Guardian.
Also in the US, TVGuide has been redesigned by Mr Newman.
Creative Review dips its toe in the world of Apps with a one-off for its Annual awards. It’s nice. Next up the iPad?
M-publishing sounds interesting (thanks Lesley).