Thursday, 10 January 2013

PUBLICATION RESEARCH

Infographics:















Source: designyourway

Magazine/Newspaper Supplements: 

Source: nrs

"On each weekday The Guardian comes with the G2 supplement containing feature articles, columns, television and radio listings, and the quick crossword. Since the change to the Berliner format, there is a separate daily Sport section. Other regular supplements during the week are shown below.
Before the redesign in 2005, the main news section was in the large broadsheet format, but the supplements were all in the half-sized tabloid format, with the exception of the glossy Weekend section, which was a 290×245 mm magazine, and The Guide, which was in a small 225×145 mm format.
With the change of the main section to the Berliner format, the specialist sections are now printed as Berliner, as is a now-daily Sports section, butG2 has moved to a "magazine-sized" demi-Berliner format. A Thursday Technology section and daily science coverage in the news section replaced Life and Online. Weekend and The Guide are still in the same small formats as before the change.
On Monday to Thursday prior to the recession, the supplements carried substantial quantities of recruitment advertising as well as editorial on their specialised topics. However, this has diminished since the onset of recession, to the point that the supplements have been seriously contracted or no longer appear as independent sections. The formerly sixty-page-thick Society supplement (Wednesday) is now no more and has been absorbed into the main part of the paper."
Source: The_Guardian




Source: losowsky

Source: cargocollective

"This is a re-design of Urban, a newspaper supplement from The Straits TImes. Urban is given a modern and sophisticated update, matching the content of fashion. This newspaper is also revamped into a magazine format for a more polished look and feel."

Source: guardian



These 2 supplements are from the Guardian, showing a history of modern music. I really like the minimal colour scheme, and use of type as image. It also has an info-graphic feel.



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