Who says you can’t surprise with ads in print?
Sometimes one just needs a bit of visual inspiration.You don’t have to be a fan of boxing to appreciate the wealth of visual goodies in those old boxing posters of another era, and some that are not so old.
Legendary magazine designer Bob Newman turns his attention to the iPad’s 4th birthday, gathers a group of experts and asks a direct question: Are Magazine Apps Dead?
As I am sure you have already noticed, we have a new design for the García Media website. We would like to know what you think.
Gabriel García Márquez 1927–2014. Remembering a literary giant through the front pages of newspapers worldwide.
TAKEAWAY: When Joe Zeff spoke to my Columbia University class a few weeks ago, he mentioned the term appumentary in the midst of his presentation. Students were on alert, and so was I. What an apt way to describe the style of storytelling that involves the app and the documentary. Now he shows us what an appumentary is.
TAKEAWAY: I have always been a fan of using what I call “type attacks” as an option when photos and illustrations are not available. From time to time even a type attack appears on a front page, as happened this past week at Aftenposten of Norway.
TAKEAWAY: Talk about frequency of publication! A new HBO show promises to cover breaking news once a week, on Sundays. Are they on to something?
TAKEAWAY: It seems only yesterday that the first iPad became available, generating unparalleled media interest and long lines at every Apple store in the US. Now the iPad is four years old. What has transpired? What have we learned?