Turning Pages “Editorial Design for Print Media”
This book investigates not only how the design of magazines and books has been influenced by the internet, but also the freedom and possibilities this influence has created.
The media industry is in upheaval. New magazines, daily newspapers, and books are being developed, classics are being redesigned, and the interplay between the printed and digital realms is being tested. Turning Pages documents the current evolution in print media and introduces the leading creative protagonists at its forefront as well as how they work. In this book, internationally renowned editorial designers present their projects and comment on the various stages of a publication’s conceptualization, design, and production. These range from topic selection, structure, and flow to more specific aspects such as type area, layout, typography, pictorial language, navigation, and cover design. Turning Pages is a survey of what is state-of-the-art in editorial design today as well as an inspirational forecast of future developments. Its unique mix of visual examples, insightful descriptions, and reports based on personal experiences make the book a compelling reference for designers and those working in the media industry.
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