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Q & A with Eric Mongeon, Creative Director at MIT Technology Review

By | November 8, 2012
November/December 2012, Credit: Eric Mongeon, creative director; Dan Winters, photographer

On November 6, the latest issue of MIT Technology Review hit the newsstands. The print edition is the last piece of a larger content delivery re-envisioning focused on a “digital first” model. It is a much different publication than the …

One Cover, 10 Ways

By | November 1, 2012
Tufts Magazine Fall 2012 Cover Comps

One could argue that the cover of a magazine is its most important feature—even more important than the editorial and interior design—because in a brief moment it has to entice a reader to pick it up and read it. For …

Comic Book Covers as Other Publications

By | May 1, 2010
Models Inc. cover posing as a fashion mag.

One of the design aspects of magazines from the past that I miss is the minimal treatment of the cover. The work of George Lois for Esquire is a clear example. The covers communicated a clear message with a well-directed …

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