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Barrie Hoster

May 31, 2022 - 5 min read

What is editorial design?

The term editorial design is used to refer to the design of magazines. It is a custom-made grid for arranging content such as text, photos and other graphics in a magazine. The designer creates a complete visual message from the work of editors, photographers and illustrators. If done properly, all the different content types  will fit in and the magazine as a whole will look amazing.

If you are a self-publisher and you are looking for ways to give your magazine a beautiful and professional look, then these editorial design blogs are great to explore and follow for inspiration as well as best practices.

MagCulture

MagCulture is the perfect site for everyone who is interested in editorial design. Visit their site to stay posted on reviews of the best magazines and general updates from the industry. You can also subscribe to their weekly newsletter.

Behance

Behance is a platform where the entire creative world can come together to showcase and discover creative work. Its database allows everybody working in the creative industry to access global talent. Behance also has a blog featuring various projects from their site.

Printmag

Printmag is a conglomerate of information on design, covering everything from publication design to interactive work, motion graphics, corporate branding, exhibitions, illustration and socially conscious design. It aims to focus on the why of design rather than on the how-to. It is important for Printmag to grasp why the world of design looks the way it does, how it has evolved, and why the way it looks matters. Their blog Imprint offers you a daily selection of stories about and from a large group of designers. One of the recurring items on the blog is ‘designer of the week’. Although Printmag covers design from a larger spectrum, you will be able to read a lot about editorial design, as well.

Abduzeedo

Abduzeedo is a blog about design, giving you a wonderful collection of visual inspiration. They also share tutorials for applications that are used most by designers. Abduzeedo likes to be an open community and they invite their readers to share their work in the Daily Inspiration section. The blog is originally from Brazil and it was founded in 2006 by Brazilian designers Fabio Sasso and Fabiano Meneghetti. Abduzeedo means “abducted” in Portuguese, referring to Sasso’s experience of being abducted by the world of design. Abduzeedo has it own category for editorial design.

Creative Bloq

Creative Bloq mainly focuses on web design and graphic design, but it is definitely a nice blog to follow, since they do feature some good reads about editorial design, like this article: 10 rules for better editorial design.  Creative Bloq’s content keeps readers up to date with the latest trends and developments in global design and it can serve as an inspiration to improve your creative work.

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All you need to do is create a free account on Peecho, upload your PDF, set up your catalogue and profit, and share a checkout link with your audience.

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Interested in editorial design? Here’s a list of editorial design blogs to follow

Written by

Barrie Hoster

May 31, 2022 - 5 min read

What is editorial design?

The term editorial design is used to refer to the design of magazines. It is a custom-made grid for arranging content such as text, photos and other graphics in a magazine. The designer creates a complete visual message from the work of editors, photographers and illustrators. If done properly, all the different content types  will fit in and the magazine as a whole will look amazing.

If you are a self-publisher and you are looking for ways to give your magazine a beautiful and professional look, then these editorial design blogs are great to explore and follow for inspiration as well as best practices.

MagCulture

MagCulture is the perfect site for everyone who is interested in editorial design. Visit their site to stay posted on reviews of the best magazines and general updates from the industry. You can also subscribe to their weekly newsletter.

Behance

Behance is a platform where the entire creative world can come together to showcase and discover creative work. Its database allows everybody working in the creative industry to access global talent. Behance also has a blog featuring various projects from their site.

Printmag

Printmag is a conglomerate of information on design, covering everything from publication design to interactive work, motion graphics, corporate branding, exhibitions, illustration and socially conscious design. It aims to focus on the why of design rather than on the how-to. It is important for Printmag to grasp why the world of design looks the way it does, how it has evolved, and why the way it looks matters. Their blog Imprint offers you a daily selection of stories about and from a large group of designers. One of the recurring items on the blog is ‘designer of the week’. Although Printmag covers design from a larger spectrum, you will be able to read a lot about editorial design, as well.

Abduzeedo

Abduzeedo is a blog about design, giving you a wonderful collection of visual inspiration. They also share tutorials for applications that are used most by designers. Abduzeedo likes to be an open community and they invite their readers to share their work in the Daily Inspiration section. The blog is originally from Brazil and it was founded in 2006 by Brazilian designers Fabio Sasso and Fabiano Meneghetti. Abduzeedo means “abducted” in Portuguese, referring to Sasso’s experience of being abducted by the world of design. Abduzeedo has it own category for editorial design.

Creative Bloq

Creative Bloq mainly focuses on web design and graphic design, but it is definitely a nice blog to follow, since they do feature some good reads about editorial design, like this article: 10 rules for better editorial design.  Creative Bloq’s content keeps readers up to date with the latest trends and developments in global design and it can serve as an inspiration to improve your creative work.

Have you already created your own magazine? Sell it via Peecho

If you’d like to make a profit from the creation of your own magazine, consider printing it on demand and selling it via Peecho without any cost.

All you need to do is create a free account on Peecho, upload your PDF, set up your catalogue and profit, and share a checkout link with your audience.

Check our website and Help Center for more information, or contact us at support@peecho.com.

Written by

Barrie Hoster

May 31, 2022 - 5 min read

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