Future’s graphic-design title, Computer Arts, has had a redesign with a new look and new editorial sections.
The March issue of the title has a new die-cut cover and new typeface, and will give more space to exploring creative techniques and offer reports from behind the scenes of the industry.
Liz Taylor, associate publisher of Future’s creative design portfolio said the new look represents ‘innovative design, completely reinvented editorial content and higher production values than ever before.”
Computer Arts saw circulation increase in 2006 to 21,362, from 19,758 in 2005.
ABC figures for 2007 are released next week.