Busy, busy, busy . . .
Lots going on at Joe Zeff Design! We're closing another issue of Fast Company; launching a kids magazine on the iPad; creating an iPhone version of one of the world's best-known magazines; conducting a workshop on how to build apps; working with UCLA on a new tablet-based alumni magazine; tag-teaming with Pentagram on a digital edition of another magazine; an advertising campaign for a major television network; and preparing to launch three other large projects. Meanwhile, we break ground this weekend on expansion of our studio to accommodate our two newest employees — Ian Brown from Scientific American and Emily Ragle, a recent graduate of Maryland Institute College of Art — and whatever comes next.
Meanwhile . . .
• Joe Zeff moderated a Society of Publication Designers speaker event in New York City last night, featuring the creative directors of TIME, Newsweek and The Huffington Post. Recap here.
• Joe was interviewed by Dr. Mario Garcia regarding USA Today's upcoming redesign. Mario's weeklong series on USA Today and its 30-year evolution begins here.
• We're bracing for the iPhone 5 launch tomorrow and whatever news Apple reveals about a rumored iPad Mini. Last week we launched a feature on our website that puts all of the digital devices and their dimensions in one place. Check it out here.
• As busy as we are, we take time to remember the tragic events of September 11 and the impact on the New York City area and the world. Below, a digital illustration we created for the Asbury Park Press one year after the attacks: