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Editorial Design’s Next Wave

do not forget.jpgThis year, the ides of October holds something more than the usual Friedrich Nietzsche birthday bash and dwindling store inventories of fun size Snickers. The event gurus at the mediabistro.com mothership have outdone themselves in organizing Editorial Design 2.0, a panel discussion with designers and media pros that will take place on the evening of October 15 in New York City. Moderated by Design Matters maven Debbie Millman, the panel will explore the changing media landscape and innovative ways to design for a world in which readers have become users. Confirmed panelists include I.D. editor-in-chief Julie Lasky, Chris Dixon of New York magazine, and Good magazine creative director Casey Caplowe. Get the full scoop and register here.

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NY Times Mag Sweeps SPD Awards; New York Continues Its Winning Streak

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You just can’t keep New York down. Between the NY Times Magazine and New York Magazine, pubs with “New York” in their titles claimed about half of the Society of Publication Designers Awards announced on Friday. We think the Janet Froelich-directed NY Times Magazine won about 13 awards, but we fell asleep after counting ten. Really, what else is new?

The better story comes on the heels of New York Magazine’s full-on domination of the Ellies: Adam Moss‘ magazine continues to breed envy in the hearts of every glossy this side of the Mississippi with a staggering series of wins. New York won Magazine of the Year gold medals for design and photography and nabbed five other medals during the evening. Former design director Luke Hayman‘s probably kicking himself for leaving the magazine for silly old Pentagram, don’t you think? No, he probably isn’t.