As magazines go through a seemingly unstoppable resurgence in popularity, questions still hover over their digital counterparts. Is a beautifully designed piece of print enough, or does a title need to stake its place in both the digital and the physical realm? And if so, how can magazines reconcile the reading experience across these two very different spheres?
As publications redefine their identities and embrace the power of excellent print design, so too are their online personas, as many titles seek to replicate the beauty and power of paper on the screen. Consider the beautiful yet minimal online presence of food bible The Gourmand, which subtly references the print magazine; or the equally elegant online persona of The Calvert Journal, which seems to convey all the charm of print without a paper counterpart at all.Read feature