Posts Tagged ‘ the future of magazines ’

5 Reasons Wired’s iPad App Is The Last Hurrah For Magazines

May 28th, 2010 | By | Category: Commentary

Ever since the Apple iPad was announced, I’ve waited to see if magazines and newspapers would come up with a meaningful response. News organizations have come up with some interesting iPad apps – especially the BBC and NPR apps. But magazine apps have either been missing in action or underwhelming. Now Wired reports that they’ve […]

If This Is The Future Of Magazines, Magazines Are Doomed

Apr 9th, 2010 | By | Category: Apple iPad

This video presents Popular Science + –  the first digital magazine from publisher Bonnier’s ongoing project to rethink the way magazines can be read on devices like the Apple iPad. With Popular Science +, the publisher is trying to define “the future of digital magazines.” The demo is slick – but also seems completely misguided. […]

Secrets Of iPad “Motion Magazine” Production

Mar 22nd, 2010 | By | Category: Apple iPad, Internet TV, Video

Via photographer Alexx Henry comes this behind-the-scenes look at the creation of a high-end “motion magazine” spread for the Apple iPad: With the iPad release a mere few weeks away, it’s only appropriate that we release our own bit of goodness. Together with co-directors Cory Strassburger and Ming Hsiung, we produced a motion magazine cover […]

Sex, The iPad & The Future Of Magazines

Mar 18th, 2010 | By | Category: Apple iPad

This video captures a demo of a Sin City style motion magazine feature about “Your Worst Sex Fears”, created for Viv Mag – an all digital magazine. The demo, by Alexx Henry, Cory Strassburger and Ming Hsiun, is another example of how designers are re-imagining magazines for the iPad and other tablet computers. It’s an […]

Wired Magazine’s Days Are Numbered

Feb 16th, 2010 | By | Category: Apple iPad, Commentary, Internet TV, Video

This video is a must-see, if you’re involved in new media: The video is a collaboration between Adobe and Wired and tries to look a year or two into the future and see where magazines are going. The presentation is not a animated demo – it’s a live demo, built with Adobe InDesign.