A magazine tries to get a handle on its carbon footprint as bigger fish wait patiently to be fried.

Even though selling ink on paper as a business has a host of problems that don’t involve slowly killing Mother Earth there is a common perception (among printheads and publisher types) that by going green, getting carbon neutral, cleaning up production and distribution, life could go on and business could return to normal. Without a […]

Good print design is bad browser design

Case in point: Spin Magazine has put it’s entire February issue online – without modification – as a digital magazine (Texterity seems to be the vendor used). Guess what? It is just as cumbersome, awkward, and user-hostile as most attempts at this kind of thing. What looks to be a wonderfully rich print design is […]