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Prospect’s new look: a designer tells all

By David Killen  

Some of our earlier test visuals

Prospect readers will have no doubt noticed that our March issue has a new look and feel. A layout redesign is not something we undertake lightly, but this one is more than an aesthetic flourish. What you see in the magazine, and reflected on this blog, is the product of lots of internal analysis, reader research and other mulling. The result is as much about structure, organization and navigation as about how the magazine looks.


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