We’re delighted to announce our new partnership with the University of Essex to produce their alumni magazine, Essex Effect. Red Onion fought off strong competition to redesign the title. The objective was to engage with the wide age range, and diverse interests of the alumni readership – whilst taking on board the strong and evolving … Read More
Red Onion provides editorial design for magazines. We have years of experience designing outstanding products from luxury high-end titles, to mainstream consumer and customer magazines… We consider ourselves one of the best contract publishers in the UK. Read about editorial design here.
Red Onion worked closely with the team at Phaidon to create this digital magazine. In the mix were Creative Director Andy Cowles, Editor Mat Smith and Publisher Inca Waddell. The project was unique as it utilised a double-page cover (both a landscape and portrait version), which is perfect for the online platform – and rarely … Read More
Two covers side-by-side. In the new-look, the full bleed masthead is effective, and the coverlines are quick and easy to read. However, the earlier version is more fun. But which is better, A or B? Over to you…
It’s of course important to engage with your readers across all media platforms, but on this occasion let’s quickly focus on the benefits of print magazines. Let’s go… 1 It’s a great way to connect with your readers. If you’ve got lots of staff in your company (for example) this is a great way to … Read More
Who Cares? is a magazine aimed at 12 to 18 year olds in care. And following its recent redesign by Red Onion – we found out what the readers really thought of it! “I love the new front cover!” “I actually don’t not like anything about this magazine. It’s my favourite!” “There’s lots … Read More