We were very pleased to be commissioned with the redesign of the German version of Technology Review. The magazine of the renowned Massachusetts Institute of Technology covers news and topics from science and technology in an exciting and, above all, low-threshold way. The German edition published by Heise Verlag is editorially independent from the licensor and supplements the content of the American version with its own contributions from a European perspective.
In addition to a general refresh, we wanted to make the potential of the content attractive to a broader audience by visually loosening it up. Our redesign is based on colorfulness, characteristic typography, and a flexible design grid (see video) that provides the in-house graphics team with both guidelines and sufficient freedom in the layout. The fonts in use are Relative (Colophon) and ABC Favorit (Dinamo). The graphic innovations were implemented starting with the first issue of 2022.
Editor-in-Chief: Luca Caracciolo
Art direction and design: Bureau Bordeaux
DTP management and cover designs: Matthias Timm