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    Redesign of InterPressMagazine | MA degree project I intended to create a graphically vivid, fresh and entertaining design that is clear and unde… Read More
    Redesign of InterPressMagazine | MA degree project I intended to create a graphically vivid, fresh and entertaining design that is clear and understandable at the same time, and adds to the value of the magazine itself. Read Less
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The original reason of launching the magazine in 1975 was to share the freshest foreign news and scientific developments monthly, which later became secondary due to the development of informational society. After having been closed down in 1995 it was born again in 2002, though it only remained a source of interesting, entertaining, colourful articles with a little faded graphics content.
 
I intended to create a graphically vivid, fresh and entertaining design that is clear and understandable at the same time, and adds to the value of the magazine itself.
 
I have started my work by eximining the original magazine
 
LAYOUT
 
 
GOALS & SOLUTIONS
The slogan says: "Magazine of the thinkers", so my goal was to abadon most of the common used solutions and find more unconventional and typographically interesting ways to support this slogan.
The standard today is to use sentences from the articles as highlights to attract readers attantion. My approach was to remove these phrases and use the most common words instead, so the original reason of the highlights is maintained in a more scientific feel. The superscripts show the frequency of each used word.
In addition to the captions I highlighted particular words in the text which can also function as a caption
The names of the authors go outside the bottom margin, in the line of the page numbering, to make browsing easier
In my version of IPM you can find footnotes for foreign or scientific terminologies
SPREADS
DETAILS
COVER
You can flip through the whole magazine on the following link →
Special thanks to my consultant & friend Márton Juhász
who has taught me mostly everything about typography.
 
Also thanks to:
Barbara Bernát for her support and advices,
Renátó Molnár for the past 5 years of collaboration,
Fernando Díaz for creating Trasandina
 
Last but not least, thank you for watching!