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Joshua

Joshua

| April 14, 2014 | 0 Comments

JOSHUA’s Magazine is a premium men’s lifestyle publication combining the most aspirational brands in Fashion, Well-Being, Sport, Art, Design, Motoring, Drink, Food & Technology. Its intention is to recreate the same feeling of wonderment and excitement that was once experienced as a developing mind gazing through magazines of old; their hued perspectives on brands, people […]

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Setting Body Text for Comfortable Reading

Setting Body Text for Comfortable Reading

| March 5, 2014 | 16 Comments

Probably the most important magazine page element is the body text or body copy as some refer to it. Magazine readers do not notice properly set body text. They notice nice images, powerful headlines, but they do not notice body text. And this is a good thing. Properly adjusted body text should be unnoticeable and it […]

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How to Make Dr. Oz Good Life cover Better?

How to Make Dr. Oz Good Life cover Better?

| February 21, 2014 | 0 Comments

Last few weeks we have been writing a lot about cover pages. We presented what we thought were the best ones from the last year, we gave you some tips, and we introduced you to the cover page design. This post will discuss one that is, well, not that good. Yesterday I was reading an […]

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Create and Manage Content More Efficiently

Create and Manage Content More Efficiently

| February 11, 2014 | 0 Comments

Today, in a fast paced world of publishing, where you have to distribute your content to multiple channels, good organization and bullet proof workflow is essential. There are numerous tools out there that can help you and one of those is publishing planners and digital flatplans. One such solution is PagePlanner. Bad organization can affect […]

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Introduction to Magazine Cover Pages

Introduction to Magazine Cover Pages

| January 31, 2014 | 3 Comments

Magazine cover page serves several purposes. It sells the brand, it has to be visually appealing and different from the other cover pages on the newsstand to attract the new readers. On the other hand each new cover must be different from the previous issue but still familiar and recognizable to regular readers. It has […]

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Magazine Covers from 2013 That We Liked the Most

Magazine Covers from 2013 That We Liked the Most

| January 20, 2014 | 3 Comments

Since this is a time of competitions and best of lists, we thought we should contribute in our own way. We do not think that these are necessarily the best magazine covers of 2013 since there have been so many great covers created this year, but this list is a selection of covers that inspired […]

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Intro, Deck, Standfirst or Kicker

Intro, Deck, Standfirst or Kicker

| January 8, 2014 | 2 Comments

The element of a page that we will talk about today has many names. Some refer to it as deck, other as kicker, standfirst or intro. So many names for one single element which plays a big role in providing information and grabbing readers attention.  In this article we will call this element intro. Intro […]

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Esquire Covers by George Lois

Esquire Covers by George Lois

| December 2, 2013 | 0 Comments

In the 1960’s Esquire magazine produced some of the most memorable covers that are inspiring designers all around the world even today. This is not such a surprise since they were designed by one of the legends of graphic design, George Lois.  He designed 92 covers in total in the period from 1962 to 1972, […]

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Blueprint

Blueprint

| October 30, 2013 | 0 Comments

This is the first time that we present magazine that is no longer running. Unfortunately Blueprint magazine lasted only for 8 issues. Although it lived a short life it is still remembered and sadly missed. Blueprint was a bimonthly publication by Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia. The first issue was released in 2006 and its targeted […]

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Structure of the Magazine

Structure of the Magazine

| October 14, 2013 | 1 Comment

Just like each page has its own structure so does the magazine. Todays magazines follow the same structure and although there are magazines that do not follow this approach we can say that this is a default one. In the future posts we will cover some of the pages presented in this article in more […]

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