Magazine redesign is just Phase One in a bigger makeover for Miller-McCune

MILLER-MCCUNE magazine releases their May-June issue this week with a fresh look and new editorial content.  The Santa Barbara-based bi-monthly covers economic, socio-political and environmental issues with an eye towards solutions.

On the surface, readers will notice pages that have more visual appeal and are easier to read, with additional artwork and photography.  Content now is reorganized into three clear sections: Premier, containing front-of-book features like The Short of It, News & Options, and Wonking Class Hero; a midsection with longer in-depth stories and essays; and Finale in the back-of-book section, including reviews, interviews, research and summaries.

The redesign is an ongoing process under new art director Craig Edwards,, who previously held the same post at ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST.  Expect a more comprehensive makeover in 2012.

The editor-in-chief is John Mecklin, Their website is at


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