Laura J. Gardner | The Journal Gazette
More of a stylish update than an extreme makeover, The Journal Gazette today introduces its first redesign in more than a decade.
Cathie Rowand | The Journal Gazette
Welcome to the new look of The Journal Gazette.It had been more than 10 years since our last redesign, and The Journal Gazette was in need of an upgrade.
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Title:Jim Touvell, Design editorRole in redesign:Worked closely with a staff of seven designers and the design consultant to develop three separate prototypes for the redesign.
Ed Breen | The Journal Gazette
The white-haired, unassuming figure watched quietly from the wings last week while Fort Wayne Newspapers executives, Mayor Graham Richard and others extolled the virtues of the striking new Main Street building and the new printing press it houses.
•Be cleaner, bolder, more contemporary and distinctive.•Allow scanning readers to quickly find the information they are most interested in.
Photos by Clint Keller | The Journal G
The new press might have come from Japan, but more than a dozen local companies benefited from the construction of the Fort Wayne Newspapers press building.
Dean Musser Jr. | The Journal Gazette
Dean Musser Jr. | The Journal Gazette
It’s no coincidence that a piece of Italy resides in Fort Wayne Newspapers’ new press building.
It takes guts to install a newspaper press these days. After all, aren't printing presses the dinosaurs of today's digital age? No one reads newspapers any more, according to the conventional wisdom, so why invest $35 million in a state-of-the-art
Call me naive. Maybe I'm biased. Perhaps I am just trying to convince myself that in 10 years, I'll still have a job. But I don't believe newspapers are dying. I think they're evolving.