Vogue UK on iPad Is Pricey

Vogue UK for iPad has just been released, and as much as I’d like to get it so I can review here, I’m just not willing to pay the $7 asking price. Here then is a video that teases the issue that was “ninety four years in the making,” and I’m sure we can expect […]

From Blog to Magazine

Over at Magtastic Blogsplosion, Andrew goes over a few examples of magazines that have been produced using blog content — mentioned are of course Michael Bojkowski’s Lineread and Jeremy Leslie’s magCulture.com/PAPER (pictured). Although not mentioned, It’s Nice That is another great example of this — and hey, issue 4 just came out. It’s certainly a […]

Adobe vs. WoodWing, Round 1

The Adobe editing tools used by Conde Nast for their Wired and New Yorker apps get a lot of attention — often in conjunction with the resulting bloated file size they produce — but let us not forget that there are other iPad magazine editing tools out there (working within InDesign), with WoodWing probably being […]

The New Yorker on iPad

The big news in the digital magazine world this week is of course the release of Conde Nast’s The New Yorker app. It was designed by the same team behind the Wired magazine app — creative director Scott Dadich is in fact now in charge of bringing all of the publisher’s stable of titles to […]