Tuesday, October 29, 2013
Designed to Perform: Design & UX Lessons for Digital Content
Come hear Jeff Gothelf, principal at Neo (NYC), interaction designer, speaker, blogger and author of Lean UX. Gothelf joins seven design and user experience experts to provide an in-depth look at the unique challenges facing today’s digital content creators.
Report from AM2C: Magazine Media is Strong. Can That Be Translated to the Newsstand?
BoB Sacks continues his series on last week's American Magazine Media Conference focusing on the topic of single copy channels and retail covered in the various sessions.
How People Magazine Can Help You Build Unforgettable PowerPoint Slides
Carmine Gallo informally examines People magazine's use of the concept of Picture Superiority, and comes to some surprising conclusions about memory and recall of editorial, citing the design editors at magazines like People as among the best in the business.
Harper's Bazaar Site Makeover Goes for Speedy Style
Velocity is the operative word in Harper's Bazaar's October relaunch of HarpersBazaar.com. The thorough redesign is not only optimized for speedy responsiveness across Web, tablet and smartphone screens, but the editorial changes also emphasize up-to-the-minute fashion and style news.
Allure Optimizes Website for Mobile
Allure will launch the mobile-optimized version of allure.com today. “Allure’s overall mobile traffic has grown 211.4 percent over the last year, averaging a monthly audience of 2.3 million,” said Linda Wells, the title’s editor in chief.
Q&A with Forbes' Coates Bateman
What’s a fair salary for a digital journalist these days? There are plenty of payment methods out there. Gawker famously tried the pay-per-pageview model. How Should Journalists be Paid in the Digital Age?
Glamour Names Its Women of the Year
Glamour has made its picks of the most accomplished women of the year, including Lady Gaga and Malala Yousafzai. The pop star was selected for “having made the world a more tolerant place.”
The Future of Print and Digital According to Bo Sacks
Consumer Reports Magazine Issues New Recommended List with Some Historic Surprises
InStyle Editor Ariel Foxman at Paris Fashion Week
Men's Health Publisher Ronan Gardiner Doesn't Just Promote the Magazine's Urbanathlon...
New Jeep Ads to Run in Magazines; Details, GQ, Wired, Marie Claire, InStyle, Outside, Men's Fitness, and Shape
New Magazine, Adult, Launches
Sioux Falls Regional Bridal Magazine, Dainty Obsessions, Marks First Year
Kristin Roberts Promoted to National Journal Managing Editor
More on Daniel Dienst, Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia's New CEO
Veteran NY Journalist Elaine Rivera Dies at Age 54
Q&A: Reddit Co-Founder Heads to Austin for UT, Tacos and Internet chatter
100 Minutes with Gus Wenner
Vice Media to Get Deeper into News with Live Coverage
BuzzFeed Is Going to Show Newspapers How to Do Op-Ed
Google Nears Smartwatch Launch
Magnetic Creates Initiative to Protect Brand Marketers from Fraud
The Hidden Cost Bots Add to Online Ads
Why Apple Wants to Bust Your iPhone
What’s happening today in tablet advertising? How is the advertiser community embracing tablet technologies? Join us for a complimentary lunch on Nov. 13 and learn exclusive insights on multi-channel advertising trends of magazine brands across print, web, and tablet based on analysis that looks at the entire magazine landscape.
The MPA Factbook is for the first time available in a digital edition, produced by our member and sponsor Brown Printing Company. Enjoy the 2013/2014 MPA Factbook – filled with facts, stats and insights on magazine media!
November 19, 2013
The law is changing as fast as your job description. Are you keeping up? Join us on November 19 for ASME's annual Legal Briefing for Magazine Editors.
November 06 - 07, 2013
This two-day workshop for junior-level editors covers print and digital fundamentals. The workshop explores the role of the publisher, provides hands-on training with veteran editors and includes small-group sessions about career building. Attendees come away inspired and informed.
November 06, 2013
The Professor's LOFT
This event will be our first in a special series of ASME NEXT Talks featuring a writer. Our guest on November 6 will be Sarah Stillman, staff writer at The New Yorker and 2012 National Magazine Award winner.
The Verge reports that Apple CEO Tim Cook said the company was interested in launching a new product category, but this time, he put a timeline on it.