ENTRIES TAGGED "design"

News organizations still party like it's 1899

News organizations still party like it's 1899

Ben Huh's new project focuses on news presentation. Here he talks about who's doing it well.

Ben Huh, the CEO of Cheezburger, Inc., loves his Cheezburger project but is ready to engage in a fling with news. Huh's new Moby Dick project will address the limitations and frustrations of stagnant news presentation. In this short interview, Huh discusses news outlets that are headed in the right direction.

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Publishing News: Week in Review

Publishing News: Week in Review

U.S. News reinvents itself with data, the iPad isn't just a digital screen, and startups get a showcase.

In the latest Publishing News: US News & World Report replaced national advertising with data-driven revenue streams, iPad magazine publishers are missing the boat, and publishing startups will soon have a new way to get attention.

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View the iPad as a magazine opportunity, not a container

View the iPad as a magazine opportunity, not a container

Matthew Carlson on what iPad magazine publishers can do to better serve readers.

Treating iPad magazines as if they were print leaves consumer interaction opportunities on the table. Matthew Carlson, principal of experience strategy and design at Hot Studio Inc., says it's time to set the content free.

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Digital publishing should put design above file conversion

Joshua Tallent says it's time for ebook design to get the same attention as print design.

Joshua Tallent, owner of eBook Architects and a speaker at TOC 2011, discusses the nuts and bolts of digital production.

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Kindle's "Not Quite There" Design Suitable For Some

The Kindle's 1.0 look and feel work fine for Eleanor Randolph. From her New York Times column: Some computer snobs tend to dismiss the Kindle, or its chief competitor, the Sony Reader, as not being quite there yet. That's fine. Not quite there yet is an almost perfect description of my own technological skills, which, I confess, were stretched…

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