The Hindustan Times is working to build the definitive online source of real-time air quality in all of India.
Are magazine covers as important as they once were? Can that image on a magazine cover seal the deal with the prospective, impulse buyer? In the digital age, are visual surprises on a cover still possible?
Forget the focus group, that traditional tool so often used (and misused) to gauge the reactions to a redesigned product. Instead, put your audience “under the hood” at every step of change. The Financial Times has tried this approach.
Now we know that 85 percent of Facebook video is watched without sound. Surprised? You should not be.
All of us turn into kids when we visit an Apple Store anywhere in the world, what with all those wooden tables filled with gadgets that stimulate the imagination—if not the wallet. Now the first newly designed Apple Store has rolled out in San Francisco May 21.
For tech journalist Deniz Ergürel virtual reality and other immersive technologies are where the action is going to be, and much sooner than many think. His new project, Haptical, is all about virtual and augmented reality.
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In one of my blog posts this week I related a series of examples of our own work where print plays a key role. Here is another view with a different narrative.
This was my interview with WAN IFRA’s World News Publishing Focus in advance to my presentation at the WAN-IFRA’s 23rd World Editors Forum in Cartagena, Colombia June 14.