Nice evolution of interactive periodical UI design, jump-started by the iPad. Joe Wilcox from BetaNews recently retracted his criticism of the iPad, and made specific mention of the oft-heard criticism that it’s “…the CD-ROM of 2010…”
Entries Tagged as 'Magazines'
June 15th, 2010 · Comments Off
March 16th, 2010 · Comments Off
I’ve always loved IdN. Beautifully-produced, eclectic subject matter and paired with a DVD of moving goodies, I treat myself to one or two issues per year. Turns out they have recently published a book commemorating 15 years of publishing. Lots to see here. Click on “View Fullscreen” in the area above to see all the [...]
May 22nd, 2009 · Comments Off
Fun, fun, fun Japanese goods shop… sections include Art, Fashion, Interior & Toys. “Tokyocube was founded in 2005, initially with the launch of the Tokyocube Magazine, which was designed to provide people throughout the world with a place to find features, articles and reviews on all the latest to come out of Japan, as well [...]
September 14th, 2007 · Comments Off
Weekly World News Final Issue The world’s “only reliable newspaper” is no more. The August 27th issue of the Weekly World News will be its last printed issue. No more Ed Anger, Spycat, Dolly or P’Lod. It seemed a natural fit to feature this gem, as such standards of design ingenuity and creativity may never [...]
September 12th, 2007 · 1 Comment
The DVD tipped into this month’s fantastic issue of IDN (fantastic!) has a typical selection of very inspirational work. What stood out for me was a piece by Clemens Kogler called “Le Grand Content.” You can check it out here (along with alot more of Clemen’s fantastic! work: http://www.clemenskogler.net/grandcontentClemens also has a blog that he [...]
August 30th, 2007 · Comments Off
While browsing the Caina website (what a discovery!) this morning, I came across a very cool magazine, Casa Brutus. This month’s issue features “The Grand Tour with Tadao Ando.” Looks great! You can buy back issues here.
February 15th, 2007 · Comments Off
Monocle, Tyler BrÃ»lÃ©’s latest venture, has launched: “We believe itâ€™s time for a new, global, European-based media brand. With a keen focus, strong reporting, sharp wit and more classic approach to design, weâ€™ve dubbed our venture Monocle. At the core thereâ€™s a monthly magazine delivering the most original coverage in global affairs, business, culture and [...]
January 3rd, 2007 · Comments Off
It’s been a while – the family passing around viruses, business of holidays, whatever. It’s a new year! And it looks like it will be a great one, with lots of stuff happening. On my list of to-dos: train for full marathon (did the half last year), take a barrel-full of photos with my new [...]
October 24th, 2006 · 1 Comment
File under: one-good-reason-for-being-up-hours-before-the-sun. I was up checking my email very early this morning (gotta get a head start on the girls) and noticed a message from Emigre. Wha–what’s this? IDEA magazine? Emigre retrospective? Slip case? Limited to 50 numbered copies? I grabbed my credit card and hoped I would be quick enough… I was! It’s [...]
March 27th, 2006 · Comments Off
Vanity Fair article about Steve Jobs. “But in some substantial sense all of these books are, in their way, about the tragedy of Steve Jobs, about a romantic but doomed hero, about Jobs as a Camelot figure whose shining moment is always eclipsed by harsh and banal reality. Failure, or, at best, overreaching, has largely [...]
October 19th, 2005 · Comments Off
There are some obvious choices in here – I would give George Lois the entire top ten, but the significance of John Lennon posing for that photo on what would be the last day of his life is a moment to be cherished. Congratulations to Annie Leibovitz. See the complete gallery here.
June 6th, 2005 · Comments Off
A great post on Speak Up this morning. Reminded me of the special edition “Beyond Price” publication of iD Magazine, back in 2001 sometime. It’s nowhere to be found anymore, unfortunately.