There are so many pratfalls that magazine websites can fall victim to. Knowing how to make the user experience the best it can be is a true gift, and one these magazine seem to be in possession of.
Self magazine re-brands itself, the New York Times explores a Junior edition and Hearst announces some big changes.
We’ve been pondering and designing our mobile version of this for some time now. What I can tell you today is that it’s almost ready. I can’t wait to show this stuff to the world!
As much as digital space has been embraced as the best way to create and distribute content, remnants of the paper age are still ever-present. What's preventing publishers from switching? What are they afraid of, and how can those fears be addressed?
Success online is not automatic. But if you take care of the fundamentals, you can maximize the traffic, advertising revenue and overall success – assuming you have great content.
Reading modes are an increasingly important way for people to consume web content. Inline articles on websites are filled with ads and multi-page articles are slow to refresh.
If you still believe that you have to separate design and content as a strategy you may want to change your mind.