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Links 1 through 10 of 15 by David McKelvey tagged magazine+examples

I halfway like this one, it starts off up top very interesting, but quickly gets boring by the time you see the actual stories. (Text too small on a tough background color doesn't help.)

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Clean and easy to follow. Like it. However, bad choice on the Twitter icon, as it's not Twitter's, but a maker of a twitter-app...

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This is one of my favorites — it's clean, has a nice top interface to get you into the content, but gives you full run below without getting too repetitive in listing style. Some of the font is a little too Wired-style, but not to the point of being bad.

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All flash — bad idea for google search and accessibility. (It's not impossible, but it makes everything harder.) And, I don't really think this helps you access the content any better than an html/css/js site would.

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Yet another example of a fantastic design out of Boston University. Damn they're good (and probably have a good-sized staff.) Nice organization and clean design make it easy to sort. Also note: web exclusives given prominence next to the wordmark.

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This one is more interesting than effective, but has lots of social media integrated along the right side.

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This has nice design, not quite as good as some others, since it's too repetitive without variation, but good nonetheless. Again note the usage of twitter and facebook. It seems that the default web-additions are comments, twitter and facebook, but I don't get the sense that that really works as an engagement method. (Yes, to compete we'll probably have to do something similar, but it seems only so-so in terms of being effective.)

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The top is better than the bottom (when it goes into the tabbed list-every-story thing). Wired is of course a full-on blog with new content being posted all the time. Note the crap footer undoubtedly required by the parent mag.

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Wallpaper is a cool/hip magazine and this site is really quite good/understated in just the right way. They do have some cool online content, like: http://www.wallpaper.com/wallspace/

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NG does some cool one-off stuff for stories and segments, like a museum does for an exhibition, but this site really says I've been left in the past, please make me new. Let's not have this feeling about the Chron.

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