Learn how digital magazine publishing has come of age from the head of Condé Nast’s digital magazine development.
In the realm of digital magazine publishing, Condé Nast and their Vice President of Editorial Platforms and Design, Scott Dadich, have been leading the way. Dadich and his team are creating cutting-edge, visually rich and interactive digital reading experiences for users, and with well over 1 million total digital consumers, it’s clear that not only are digital editions here to stay, they are essential to the growth of the industry moving forward.
In this design tutorial, Dadich will talk about where Condé Nast stands after two years of substantial growth in digital publishing. He’ll provide an overview of the DPS (digital publishing suite) landscape, reviewing what has changed since 2010, and what the opportunities will be in the future. Learn about best practices in design and user interaction execution, tips on file size reduction, and other lessons for improving DPS work flow.
Having led 14 titles into regular tablet publication on the iPad, Nook, Kindle Fire and Nexus 7—and most recently
The New Yorker for iPhone app—Dadich is the preeminent expert in the field. In this tutorial, you’ll learn:
About where digital magazine publishing has been, where it is now, and about future opportunities
About best practices in design and user interaction
Tips for reducing file size
Other lessons for improving DPS workflow
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Best Practices in Digital Magazine Publishing with Scott Dadich. Instantly stream this tutorial and hundreds more on your computer at Design TV now!
About Scott Dadich
In 2011, Fast Company named Scott Dadich one of the 50 Most Influential Designers in America. As Vice President, Editorial Platforms & Design, Dadich leads the creative efforts to bring Condé Nast's storied brand portfolio to emerging digital channels.
From 2006-2010, Dadich was the award-winning creative director of Condé Nast's
WIRED, where he initiated and led the development of WIRED for iPad, which was introduced in May 2010. Building from its success, Dadich and his team have since led thirteen more of the company's brands into monthly tablet publication across multiple platforms: The New Yorker, Golf Digest, GQ, Vanity Fair, Glamour, Self, Allure, Brides, Condé Nast Traveler, Bon Appétit, Vogue, Architectural Digest, and Lucky.
Dadich is the only creative director ever to win both the National Magazine Award for Design and the Society of Publication Designers Magazine of the Year award three consecutive years: 2008, 2009, and 2010. Additionally, he has received more than 100 national design and editorial awards from organizations such as the Art Directors Club, American Photography, American Illustration, The Society of Illustrators, and the Type Directors Club.