Last week The Guardian launched the new Guardian.co.uk front page. In this article, Janine Gibson explains the rationale behind the move and develops a lively debate about the importance of online stories using different methods of presentation.
The British Journal of Photography looks at the French magazine Amusement – a print title that focuses on digital media and gaming – and explores why its founder and editor Abdel Bounane deliberately avoided launching a blog or a website to cover online work.
In an interview with Storm Thorgerson from The Independent online, Matilda Battersby talks to Thorgerson about his classic album covers and how he turned to design in the first place, to coincide with a show at Idea Generation Gallery.
As the first reviews of the Apple iPad come in, The Guardian’s Jemima Kiss turns to the godfather of gadget reviews, Walt Mossberg of Wall Street Journal, to see if it really is a game-changer for the netbook market and the publishing industry in general.