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The big iPhone

The next EDO event is shared with BSME. A panel will discuss ‘What’s on Your iPad’, a look at how design and editorial are approaching digital magazines. Those involved include UK Wired editor David Rowan, Times Design Director Jon Hill and William Owen (author of ‘Modern Magazine Design’). The evening will be chaired by Juliet Warkentin, Content Director of WGSN.

US Wired leads a series of Condé Nast titles onto the iPad, planning a summer launch.

Meanwhile, Interview releases a concept video based on their iPhone app.

Publishers need information about their readers in a way music companies didn’t – The Financial Times highlights problems between publishers and Apple, centred less on money and more on data sharing.

Good apps need good design’. John-Henry Barac, designer of the Guardian iPhone app – one of my favourite and most-used apps – talks about his app and shares his initial thoughts on the iPad (link fixed).

Charlie Brooker offers his takes on the iPad (‘it's an oblong box that lights up’) and eBooks (‘no one can see what you're reading’).

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