The New Yorker

We’ve watched over the years as purveyors of print have made uneasy transitions to the web. Last week, the redesign The New Yorker’s website shows they’ve worked hard to translate their magazine into the modern interwebs. Great use of the images and typefacing that makes The New Yorker what it has always been. Also – looks like for the rest of summer, the entire online version is free to everyone.

Here’s an article about their most recent web transition:


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