It is a rare opportunity, indeed. At The Guardian, four candidates for the title of editor in chief present their views about the state of journalism. Must read.
Now that we know who the winners are for Oscar 2015, let's review these pages from the Times of Oman which show us why the combination of creativity and hard work can still make print so special.
“Change is in the air at the Times,” reports the Times Insider Weekly Wrap. Big change it is for the brand with all the news that’s fit to print. What took them so long?
It’s here. Yes, the new The New York Times Magazine has arrived in its new design. It is, no doubt, the most discussed magazine redesign of the season. While it is an attractive look, this redesign is historically significant for how it advances the media quartet concept.
As native and sponsored advertising become more popular with newspapers and magazines worldwide, we are seeing the rise of content studios often populated by journalists.
I am honored to be invited as one of the speakers at the Horizont Print Summit scheduled April 21 in Frankfurt, Germany. It's all about the renasiisance of print, the conference organizer tells me.
The revered magazine, The New Yorker, is entering its 10th decade. To celebrate, a series of covers that play upon the iconic image of Estace Tilley, the starchy dandy with beaver hat and the monocle.
It’s been a long time since we have revisited the work of the talented art director/designer/illustrator Nuri Ducassi. She is at the top of her game and we chat with her about keeping the creative flame alive.
We all know what works and it is no surprise that we try to create templates to maximize effect. Templates to the rescue for both headlines and design. They are essential, but the good practitioners know how to violate those templates with gusto.