Journals, academic journals . . . What can we say? We like them. We read them. Like chess, they arrive with tightly proscribed rules — fixed page counts, limited colors, odd typographic challenges — and ask for graceful solutions to content that varies from page to page and issue to issue. Okay, we’re nerds.
Newsletters, magazines, serials, journals, gazettes —they’re often overlooked elements in many organizations’ communication toolkits, but they don’t need to be. They’re useful, flexible, and readers like them. Done well, they’re effective and economical ways to get your message across to internal and external audiences alike.