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Wed, 05 Oct 2016 11:17:59 +0000

Berlin, 8 October: celebrate the launch of the new issue six of Flaneur – the Moscow edition. The November issue of British Vogue discovers ‘real women’ with an issue dedicated to academics and businesswoman. Oh, and a Hollywood A lister on the cover. A good conversation between the founders of Hello Mr and The Great […]

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W Instazine

Fri, 05 Jun 2015 12:10:56 +0000

Commissioned by Ballantines Whisky, W is the first ever ‘Instazine’ – a small digital magazine that can only be read by scrolling through Instagram on your smartphone. The studio behind it, London-based Work Club, have written a manifesto of sorts on Medium, which explains how to navigate through the stories. As creative director of the […]

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The Printer’s Tale

Wed, 19 Dec 2012 14:53:00 +0000

I went to a fascinating evening of talks called ‘The Printer’s Tale’ at Decoded the other night. The plentiful wine and mince pies were enough on their own to spread cheer, but the talks were equally enjoyable, looking at how print is combining with digital. Or is it digital with print? Arriving early I met […]

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Overmatter 21.09.11

Wed, 21 Sep 2011 08:23:28 +0000

Karen Lacroix of Uncanny Editions is talking about her publication at X Marks The Bokship, 630pm on September 30. The Guardian doesn’t enjoy Q’s attempt at an interactive magazine cover. Issue five of Twin is now out. Sam from Cooler deconstructs the process of making a magazine front cover. Rumours persist of a book about […]

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Overmatter 02.09.11

Fri, 02 Sep 2011 17:10:42 +0000

The Green Soccer Journal follow up the piece in their latest issue about Colombian Mullets with more photos online. Salvador Dali’s Vogue front covers. Barcelona’s Folch Studio have just designed the third issue of Tiger magazine. I might be late to this but it]s big for me – New Yorker subscribers outside the US now […]

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SPD apps judging

Mon, 24 Jan 2011 11:23:43 +0000

The SPD held their judging this weekend. Alongside the trestle tables of printed magazines, a new judging process was neccesary to deal with digital apps, above. Designer and judge Joe Zeff has a great rundown of what he learned ‘over the course of an exhausting yet exhilarating day’ poring over apps and websites (photo from […]

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Fri, 21 Jan 2011 11:23:18 +0000

Zine publisher Nieves recently launched an iPad app, and it’s already matching paper sales of their publications. I like the plastic wrapper effect on the individual zine images; less convinced by the page turns. Anyone remember a company called Quark? They’ve just launched a plug-in for creating iPad apps (thanks Patrick). A first, slight, glimpse […]

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Next iPad without home button?

Thu, 13 Jan 2011 10:51:07 +0000

This video shows the beta of the iOS 4.3 with multi-finger hand gestures being used to open/close apps, move from app to app and return to home page. Will the next generation iPad do away with the home button? Want!

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Tue, 11 Jan 2011 12:49:24 +0000

This chart shows the drop in magazine app sales in carefully edited form; US Wired set up everything that followed for a fall. John Henry intelligently unpicks some of the problems underlying that drop in sales. Monday Note chuck in their thoughts on same. Mashable tries to stay positive but shares conclusions with those above. […]

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The big iPhone

Thu, 30 Sep 2010 12:23:48 +0000

‘Adobe to blame for size of their apps’. True; but as well as being a function of the file format used, their app tool starts off with larger InDesign files than competitors like WoodWing. Makes for higher resolution onscreen reproduction but also the  huge app downloads. I saw Mario Garcia speak at the WoodWing London […]

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The big iPhone

Wed, 28 Apr 2010 08:32:14 +0000

Last week, designer/writer Adrian Shaughnessy, Creative Review editor Patrick Burgoyne and I recorded a discussion about the iPad for Adrian’s ‘Graphic Design on the Radio’ show. It goes out 3pm tomorrow (Thursday 29 April) on Resonance FM (104.4fm).

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The big iPhone

Wed, 10 Mar 2010 09:37:43 +0000

‘A digital magazine without links is a CD-Rom’ – right. ‘the most vibrant magazines… will live on the Web (not some jewel-encased app)’ – wrong. ‘Nonlinear, digital platforms will prompt a new range of thinking about stories and how to tell them’. GQ winning race to launch Condé Nast’s (and worlds?) first iPad magaizne app. But […]

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