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March/April 2013 Interactive Annual 19
The March/April issue showcases the winners of our 19th Interactive Competition. There's no shortage of inspiring websites, tablets mobile, social and more that will get creative juices flowing. Additional editorial highlights include features on Argentine type designer Ale Paul; Visual Dialogue, a small and nimble Boston design firm; San Francisco's Hub Strategy, which has embraced a new agency model; Paolo Marchesi's photography that shines with his love of nature; New York illustrator Ellen Weinstein; and Exhibit. With a wealth of insightful columns covering design issues, creativity, business, advertising and typography, this is one issue you'll not want to miss!

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March/April 2013 Interactive Annual 19


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Table of Contents
Ellen Weinstein
From Maui and Manhattan, this illustrator skillfully blends the old with the new.
by Sue Apfelbaum

Visual Dialogue
A firm makes good on meaningful and memorable design.
by Angelynn Grant

Hub Strategy
An integrated creative agency stays agile and on target for its range of clients.
by Sam McMillan

Paolo Marchesi
Love of nature drives this adventurous photographer.
by Anne Telford

Ale Paul
A Q&A uncovers this type designerís inspiration and process.
by Angelynn Grant

The latest and best in visual communication from here and abroad.
by Jean Coyne

Jessica Fortner
Layers of color and dense patterns give way to this illustratorís rich storytelling.

Tom Hood
A photographer imbues his narratives with warm tones and quiet moments.

Winfield & Co.
Typefaces, icons and apps are the trifecta of this design studio.

Some thoughts on the changing nature of design, from Eric Karjuluoto.

Design Culture
Technology and our dependency; Wendy Richmond shares her thoughts.

Design Issues
Fear, buzz, product; DK Holland questions if we can change the cycle.

Allan Haley speaks to T.J. Tucker about the Texas Monthly redesign.

Ernie Schenck discusses the link between confidence, arrogance and creativity.

Bob Hambly on the importance of practicing observation.

Sam McMillan looks at how Sparkwise blends data and storytelling to create change.

Grip Design explains its strategic fee-plus-equity process to Julie Prendiville Roux.

Web Watch
The Bold Italic, and three inspirational sites to explore.

Design Trends
The mobile, quite literally, branding of food trucks, and its design challenges.

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