Radina Galabova | CSM The Digital Score
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CSM The Digital Score

Project Description

How do we take a printed magazine and give it the same feel online?

The Score is a quarterly magazine printed and circulated to employees and clients which showcases the best work from the agency over that time. The challenge was to create a seamless user interface and user experience that reflected the printed quarterly publication. In previous years the online version was a redesign of the printed version as vertical facing pages had to be converted to a single page case study that stacked vertically. Needless to say it was not a seamless translation from print to web.

This is a teaser of the proposed journey of the online version of The Score and how it is seen on different devices from email to browser.

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