Archive for the ‘Sales’ category

Contents page design

June 27, 2013

TAS 223 FINAL 2

There’s a short blog post about contents page design for print magazines – specifically The Absolute Sound magazine – over at this site.

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Centro Y Sur magazine launches on Texterity, we’re very happy with how it looks (because we made it)

September 23, 2011

One of the many projects I’ve been involved with at October Custom Publishing is the page design, production and art direction – in fact pretty much all aspects of production – of Centro Y Sur magazine. A digital publication from the mind of Jason Z. Guest, we’re currently in our final week of production of issue 4. I thought I’d share a pieces from the last few issues. Seriously, this isn’t just a shameless plug, we’re really interested in hearing your feedback on the magazine’s usability, especially when it comes to navigation and ease of use. We spent FOREVER working on the internal nav for this – and then there’s Texterity’s own nav tools which come as standard in this particular hosting model. So I’m not going to say too much more – you can read the whole issue (and back issues) here. Some more pages from issue 4 after the jump. (more…)

Amazing R2 infographic poster

January 22, 2011

WAY too late to buy this, but take a look anyway (and hover over this site day and night in case anything else goes on sale for four minutes!).

Glamour’s Biggest Issue in 20 Years Thanks to iPad?

July 21, 2010

Zoe Smith of DigitalArtsonline posted a short but interesting piece on Glamour mag’s upcoming largest issue in twenty years… publisher William Wackermann says it’s due to only selling ads in their digital edition to people who’ll also buy a print ad. Full story here.

“Be different, be better”

May 24, 2010

On Samir Husni’s Mr Magazine blog, there’s a really interesting three part interview with Roy Reiman on starting a magazine today, and his current magazine’s unique fictional salesperson, his fictional dog and fictional wife. Really worth listening to – link below.