articles within the ‘Publishing’ category

Design For Care

By James Caldwell | Published: July 2nd, 2014

Last year I had an opportunity to work with Peter Jones on a ground breaking book about approaching health care with a human-centered design approach. Many of the methodologies introduced new tools and techniques that would easily improve the lives of patients, allowing them more participation and better interactions with their caregivers and doctors. The book I am referring to is called Design For Care – Innovating Healthcare Experience by Peter H. Jones.

Design For Care

Design For Care


The New York Daily News Online

By James Caldwell | Published: January 1st, 2009

This was a very involved online extension of a well respected and time honored print brand. The look and feel of the New York Daily News in its traditional printed medium is unmistakable to every New Yorker and so the task at hand was formidable. The starting point was the clean up of a trusted and familiar logo in order to extend it online and then the redesign of the digital ‘look and fell’ for the newspaper.

Newsweek moves Online

By James Caldwell | Published: January 2nd, 2009

Newsweek should be instantly recognizable for most people and because of this fact, the staff wanted an online extension that kept as faithful as possible to their print publication while establishing it’s own personality.

The Guardian UK Online

By James Caldwell | Published: January 3rd, 2009

The Guardian Unlimited hired Neville Brody to make the Guardian Online infinitely flexible and readable. In turn he needed help and called the IAB studious where John Schmitz and I fleshed out ideas and finalized the design.

E-zine Explodes Online

By James Caldwell | Published: January 4th, 2009

This e-zine made its move to being an online publication and performed spectacularly well. The viewership numbers after the redesign were up substantially.

Cahners Evolves its Vortal

By James Caldwell | Published: January 3rd, 2009

Cahners wanted to be the ‘E-business Portal’. They enjoyed a mix of advanced technology and they had a tremendous amount of wholly owned content to make it an ultimate business vortal destination.

Peace Magazine

By James Caldwell | Published: January 1st, 2009

This was an independent magazine (as you would think independent movie), lots passion and no money. This redesign and templating structure was voluntary work for a worthy cause. It was mass produced by photocopiers, hand stapled and distributed to the various magazine and book stores in Toronto.