The sub-compact digital-only knitting magazine that will save publishing
What does a periodical native to mobile devices look like? What, when you strip away unnecessary crust built up over centuries, methods tied to the oddities of print publishing and unconsciously carried over—the monthly cycle, the number of articles, layout, navigational cues, even cover design — when you strip away the artifacts, what’s left? This, finally, is the season we find out.
The phrase of the hour is ““sub-compact publishing”, best exemplified until now by Marco Arment’st The Magazine. This is the time for periodicals that work equally well on the wider internet, but function seamlessly