This talk discusses how the magazine and digital magazines in their current guise are preventing innovation. Less prescriptive, and more of a call to action, the lecture discusses the current models in digital magazine UX and asks what a digital magazine could be and where it needs to innovate to in a changing media landscape.
It also looks at the importance of user centric design, user testing and creating experiences outside of what we consider 'magazines' - and how working with our users (and readers) could produce something unique, innovative and valid as a business model.
NB. Notes are on grey slides, White and yellow slides are from the original presentation.
This talk was developed and changed with feedback from an original talk I performed at UX CAMP BRIGHTON in 2013 called "Why the page is killing innovation in magazine UX".