Wired redesign


The new-look US Wired, redesigned under editor-in-chief Scott Dadich by new design director Claudia de Almeida, is out this month. De Almeida has adapted Dadich’s earlier design approach (based on the square of the pixel) and applied it in a more spacious, relaxed manner. Her more mainstream experience at T: The New York Times Style Magazine and More is evident in the harder-working labelling of pages. Also of note is the condensed serif face and the smaller logo on the cover. The result is a subtle reinvention of the original US edition which stands it in good stead against the intense creative competition from the UK and Italia editions. Click on images for larger versions.

 

Comment on June 25, 2013 by Héctor Muñoz says:

The cover is awful, some interiors are an interesting nod to the 90′s styling and the condensed headline font is quite uncomfortable along the techy styling of the rest of the graphics.

I think that it will evolve for good.

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