Future has changed the name of its digital image magazine from Computer Arts Special to Computer Arts Projects to avoid confusion with sister title Computer Arts. The switch is part of a relaunch and reflects changes to the magazine’s editorial content.
The title has discarded its shorter, separate creative tutorials to feature more in-depth skills and offers readers the chance to work through an entire creative project from beginning to end.
The first relaunched issue out this week features a guide on how to create a digital montage in Photoshop.
The next issue features a step-by-step guide on how to design a website in a weekend.
Sheena Pittaway, publisher of Computer Arts and Computer Arts Projects, said: “While Computer Arts provides a guide to the whole creative field, Computer Arts Projects is able to focus on one particular area offering more information and more detail.” Computer Arts Projects has a cover price of £6.