Monocle on Design

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26 April 2016

Episode 237

27 minutes

Today we turn our editorial gaze back onto our own turf and consider how to cover a subject as diverse and delightful as design in print and online. Are magazines as influential as they used to be and do clicks and online articles pay the bills? We also mull over the effects of the industry on editorial and graphic design with art director Francesco Franchi.

26 April 2016

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Enduring appeal

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It’s no secret that we’ve got a soft spot for print at Monocle. So we kick off this week’s episode with magazine editor and design journalist Katie Treggiden, who takes us through her pick of new design titles and waxes lyrical on print’s enduring appeal.

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ArchDaily

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ArchDaily has become one of the world’s most visited architecture websites since starting in 2008. It’s gone beyond simply replicating the content of a traditional print publication online and become an engine for debate, news, opinion and insight among professionals and aficionados alike. We talk to its founder David Basulto and European editor at large James Taylor-Foster.

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Francesco Franchi

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Art director and award-winning editorial and infographic designer Francesco Franchi talks to us about how the design of media itself can affect how we engage with information and how the changing nature of the business is offering more opportunities than ever for young graphic designers.

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