Tulsa People, Langdon Publishing's 21-year-old city magazine, has an impressive new look. The March 2007 issue looks, well, great.
We don't claim to be type or design experts, but we are impressed with the magazine's clean, new look, as well as its cover story, "Going Green," which includes a number of useful and informative pieces on environmentalism in T-Town.
In his column in the new issue, publisher Jim Langdon explains that the magazine's new design took several months and was created to make the magazine brighter and easier to read.
As we said, the new design works. We especially like the semi-gloss paper they're using now—it feels good and prints beautifully. Kudos to Langdon and the design folks at Tulsa People.
Beyond the beautiful but old-fashioned world of printing, Langdon also reports that the online edition of Tulsa People is also thriving. The January issue, he writes, received more than 71,000 page views and the magazine sends out some 3,000 e-mails monthly to alert people to its online edition.
You can check out the site for yourself at www.tulsapeoplemagazine.com.