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I’ve just launched this year’s Web Worker’s Christmas Wishlist. Make sure to stop by and spread the word for your chance to win a whole bunch of amazing gear!
As I’m beginning with the layout of issue No7, it’s time to give a shout-out to our beloved, generous sponsors that make everything possible. As always, they deserve a big ‘Thank You’ from all of us, so please take a minute and quickly thank them with a simple tweet or say ‘Thanks’ the next time you bump into one of their team members at a conference.
I LOVE a good bookstore. Nothing triggers my creative senses more than the inspiration from amazing cover art and the unique production values of printed material. This cathedral-turned-bookstore in Zwolle, The Netherlands, checks all the boxes and then some. I’m just in awe of Dutch design and architecture. Talking about execution… Woah!
Photos by Joop van Putten and Hans Westerink, via Colossal
If the Tumblr ‘Savour' doesn't make you want to buy a magazine (and a coffee), I don't know what will.
There are a lot of things that can go wrong in producing a print product. I’ve had my fair share of challenges. Today I can add another one to that list. My printer told me this morning that the paper manufacturer based in Austria had a massive fire on Tuesday and won’t take any new orders for at least 4 weeks.
I’m now back to the drawing board in terms of finding suitable stock. Real products are really hard, y’all!
Photo by salzi.at
A few shots from my tiny stand at last month’s Web Directions South in Sydney. I had a blast meeting lots of familiar and new faces from the Australian web community. Once again a big kudos to Maxine and John for putting on a great show!
Photos by Chris Gleisner