Macworld Magazine

My assignments as an in-house designer at Macworld included an eclectic mix of graphic work in print and epub formats. 

The client, a knitwear designer and fiber arts teacher, hired the studio to bring her knitting workshop into book form. The design goal was to create a friendly, tactile experience for readers intimated by the color process for Fair Isle knitting. Early designs were submitted by the client in page form with text in place. I expanded the format using typography and various editorial forms for visuals, sidebars and special gallery pages. To demonstrate best practices I wrote content for some sidebars, captions and other specialty areas.

Above An audio gear guide for Macworld required sourcing vendor images for the editor's choices.


Above  A story about the 30th anniversary of the Macintosh computer used archival photos and a timeline to enhance the text.


Above Macworld's favorite power users share their tips.