About: (Est. 2008) “WSJ Magazine features the business of luxury and discerning lifestyle content. It is relevant to the [Wall Street] Journal’s readers, who are the world’s most powerful and influential consumers. It acts as an escape and inspiration for their diverse and sophisticated lives. Reaching the largest number of affluent consumers globally, WSJ. Magazine is the World’s Largest Luxury Magazine.”
Design by: In-house.
Ed.’s Notes: Not as famous as the recently B-Sided T magazine but in the same magazine-inside-a-newspaper realm, here is the Wall Street Journal’s own redesign. Magazine covers below (or after the jump).
Founded in 1982, USA TODAY is the second largest newspaper (behind The Wall Street Journal and its 2.1 million copies) in the United States with 1.8 million copies circulating every weekday — reportedly “one in every seven Americans interacts with USA TODAY on a weekly basis.” — and is best known for its concise and visual approach to delivering news. Its online counterpart, USATODAY.com receives 6.6 million readers daily and mobile apps complete the picture for this “multi-platform news and information media company” owned by Gannett. Late last week, USA TODAY announced a complete redesign of all its platforms, including the ubiquitous print edition and its identity, both designed by Wolff Olins — all digital applications were done by Fantasy Interactive covering their strategy, user experience, design, and development. The beta version with the new look can be seen here.
Founded in 1846, the Associated Press (AP) is a not-for-profit global news network that provides coverage of world events in text, photos, graphics, audio and video that serve thousands of daily newspaper, radio, television, and online customers. AP counts with 3,700 employees (two thirds of them being “newsgatherers”) in more than 300 locations worldwide. Yesterday, AP introduced a new logo and identity system, the first change in 30 years, designed by Brooklyn, NY-based Objective Subject.
Established in 1884, La Presse is one of the largest newspapers in Montréal, Québec with a circulation of over 200,000 copies and a reported “reach” of over 800,000 a week, and, like all newspapers, La Presse has online and mobile counterparts that further extend its reach. This week, the newspaper introduced a new logo and a unified look and naming across print and online media.
Founded in 1940, Newsday is a local newspaper primarily serving Nassau and Suffolk counties and the New York City borough of Queens on Long Island, and it is a staple of the New York visual landscape. In March Newsday introduced a new logo, here is how it looks on the paper.