Kelly, Michael
February 2001
Atlantic;Feb2001, Vol. 287 Issue 2, p6
The article focuses on visual and structural changes made in "The Atlantic Monthly." According to the article, changes in the periodical have been done with the aim of making the magazine more navigable, more pleasing to the eye, and more visually coherent. The design was created by art director Mary Parsons, with assistance from Dominica Pontrello. The article discusses the magazine's higher-quality paper and changes in typefaces.


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