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Indesign Media Kit 2011 â€“ 2012
Covering 200+ pages every quarter of the best Australasian and international interior and architectural projects, products and people, Indesign is essential reading for design professionals, commercial interior specifiers and discerning consumers. INDESIGNLIVE.COM
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FROM THE EDITOR Indesign is now over ten years old – enough time to mature into the strongest magazine of its kind in the southern hemisphere. But then it’s pretty unique, a kind of one-stop shop covering architecture, interior design, product design and all the people who produce it. We have stuck to our core mission, though, which is to offer comprehensive coverage and analysis of commercial interiors and hospitality design. Indesign was the first magazine to do this and remains the only magazine to do it in depth. In fact, over the last two years we have ramped up our coverage to reveal both the end result and the process which leads to it. By doing this we have been able to make Indesign an even more invaluable resource to everyone in the business, from specifiers and designers to business people looking for new directions in the workplace. The secret of success for Indesign has been its ability to constantly renew itself – in its look and contents, but also in its scope, because we now dedicate space to New Zealand and South-East Asia, as well as regular examples of best practice from other parts of the world. Despite the gfc, the magazine has continued to register steady growth in sales, especially in New Zealand and Singapore. And I am proud to say it is now one of the most highly regarded magazines of its kind in the world. PAUL MCGILLICK Editorial Director, Indesign Publishing
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WELCOME TO INDESIGN MAGAZINE At once comprehensive and expansive, Indesign is a quarterly survey of the best commercial, hospitality, retail, residential and public architectural projects from Australasia and around the world. It also throws the spotlight on the leading and most innovative designers, new products, the latest trade fairs and the issues currently driving the design debate. Maintaining the highest production values and offering expert analysis, Indesign also provides comprehensive listings of products featured in the magazine, together with their suppliers and contact details.
OUR EDITORIAL STRUCTURE EVOLVE Products, news and projects in brief PORTFOLIO Interiors and architecture in review COMMENT Simone LeAmon stirs the design debate ART At the interface of art and design PULSE Designers in profile ZONE Debating issues and ideas INDESIGN LUMINARY Trailblazers of Australasian design SUSTAIN Topics, products, projects PS One last thing
WHO READS INDESIGN? Indesignâ€™s readers are interior designers, architects, design professionals, interior specifiers and discerning consumers looking for a single, comprehensive quarterly survey to keep them up-to-date with the latest interiors, architecture and products in Australasia and from elsewhere in the world.
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WHO ADVERTISES IN INDESIGN?
A UNIQUE FOCUS FOR ADVERTISERS
Our advertisers are the leading suppliers of the finest commercial, hospitality, retail and residential products, from design classics to contemporary innovation. Their high quality products are designed by the world’s leading designers to meet the standard of the projects typically reviewed in the magazine.
Indesign Magazine is Australasia’s leading resource for the design community. Its in-depth, detailed analysis and dissection of the best in interior design and architecture projects makes it the ideal venue to position your brands and reach specifiers. Indesign provides the advertiser with custom designed product advertorial. This is presented in a wellresearched graphic formula that contains the correct balance of pictorial and text content to ensure maximum exposure to a targeted readership. Key display advertising positions are available. Advertisers in Indesign magazine are able to gain extensive support through DQ magazine as well as online support via indesignlive.com.
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DISTRIBUTION Indesign magazine and its subscribers can be found all over the world
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PRODUCTION SCHEDULE 2011 – 2012 SUBMISSION DEADLINES
14 February 2011
28 April 2011
27 July 2011
04 November 2011 06 February 2012
Working Ad Material
23 February 2011
09 May 2011
08 August 2011
14 November 2011
13 February 2012
Finished Ad Material
04 March 2011
18 May 2011
15 August 2011
23 November 2011
24 February 2012
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RATE PER ISSUE
w474mm x h307mm* bleed
Horizontal w237mm x h153.5mm* Vertical w118.5mm x h307mm* crop marks
crop marks 153.5mm
SINGLE PAGE w237mm x h307mm*
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CONTACT US MARIE JAKUBOWICZ 0431 226 077 (61 2) 9368 0150 firstname.lastname@example.org Level 1, 50 Marshall St Surry Hills, NSW 2010 (61 2) 9368 0150, (61 2) 9368 0289 (fax)
“ The secret of succeses for Indesign has been its ability to constantly renew itself” PAUL MCGILLICK, EDITOR
Covering 200+ pages every quarter of the best Australasian and international interior and architectural projects, products and people, Indes...