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- Published on Sunday, 21 April 2013 14:02
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When new clients contact us about a magazine publishing project, one of the most frequent questions they ask us is, “How does your magazine design process work?” Especially for new publishers, the transformation of their editorial copy and photography into a gorgeous, professional work of art worthy of display on any newsstand anywhere might seem a bit mysterious and complicated. At Eternal media, we want you to be as informed and knowledgeable about your publication as possible, and we go to great lengths to make the process as simple and effortless for you as we can. With that in mind, we thought we would try to shed light on some of the mystery and show you just how easy our design process is from the client’s standpoint.
Step 1: Understanding Your Vision
Step 2: Crafting Your Initial Design
Step 3: Editing the Copy
Step 4: Laying out the First Issue
Step 5: Perfecting the Publication
Step 6: Getting the Print Bids
Step 7: Going to Press
Step 8: Taking It Digital
Once you have your initial issue under your belt, you should have a good grasp on the publishing process. When the time comes to start working on the next issue, Eternal media will be ready to help out in whatever capacity you might need us. Almost all of our magazine design clients have us continue to produce their ongoing issues, and we like to think of ourselves as tried-and-true, long-term partners in the success of our clients’ publishing ventures.