Description - Designing Magazines by Jandos Rothstein
Here is the ultimate book for anyone who has ever dreamed of designing their own magazine or who wants to restructure and/or re-brand an existing one."Designing Magazines" brings together thirty-five highly experienced editors, in-house designers, and consultants to provide insight into the goals and processes of magazine design.Topics covered include familiar problems encountered by editorial designers, borrowing ideas from other publications, the future of the print field, how to design or re-brand a publication which has masses of direct competition, and much more. Also included is a bonus examination of magazines that have risen above the crowd to achieve social importance and how their design played its part.
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(279mm x 216mm x 13mm)
Publisher: Allworth Press,U.S.
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Author Biography - Jandos Rothstein
Jandos Rothstein is an assistant professor of graphic design at George Mason University, Virginia. He has worked for numerous publications, including Print, I.D., and Voice: The AIGA Journal of Design.