[The relaunch issue cover, and a Special Report opener inside.]
One of the most popular pages on the companion site to this blog (Ron Reason News Design) has been my Q&A onÂ when and how to hire a newspaper redesign consultant. I’ve just updated it to reflect the very different consulting approaches my clients have asked of me within the last year, and my thoughts on […]
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One of the primary reasons clients seek out my services is that I approach design from a content and usership standpoint. Trained as a journalist, and having spent many years working closely with newspaper and magazine clients, I understand clearly that every client has a good story to tell – whether this is an annual […]
One of the most popular pages on the companion site to this blog (Ron Reason News Design, launched in 1997!) has been my Q&A on when and how to hire a newspaper redesign consultant. I’ve just updated it to reflect the very different consulting approaches my clients have asked of me within the last year, […]
CREATIVE LOAFING REINVENTS, FROM ATTITUDE TO AD INNOVATIONS [June 10, 2010] “Would you describe your paper as more of a lecture, or a conversation?” That was the question I asked Editor Mara Shalhoup, after I was first invited to consult on the redesign of Atlanta’s Creative Loafing – one of the nation’s better known and […]
[Related post: Inside the Creative Loafing redesign and a first peak at live pages.] [ATLANTA] Redesigns should be a chance to have a little fun, interact with the community, and generate â€œbuzzâ€ in new ways. I lovedÂ Creative Loafingâ€™s outreach to the Atlanta arts scene, inviting notable artists to paint news boxes around town. Below is […]
The time (or your budget) may not be right for a full redesign, but a number of smaller efforts may help you serve readers and advertisers better in this challenging market.