Communication Arts featured Columbia Journalism Review as today’s Website of the Day.
Point Five’s holiday bars for Gayle’s Chocolates are available at Saks Fifth Avenue: Enjoy the Eight Nights of Hanukkah and Twelve Days of Christmas.
Point Five launches redesign of Columbia Journalism Review’s website.
Point Five’s Columbia Journalism Review cover designs are included in the Print 2008 Regional Design Annual.
We are proud to introduce our new Communications Partner, Kate Hartnick Elliott. Kate brings over 20 years of marketing, strategy and copywriting expertise to Point Five. Together we are a one-stop communications team, excelling at both design and copywriting. Point Five Design has partnered with Hartnick Consulting on projects for Carnegie Corporation of New York and […]
Many thanks to David, who photographed both our work and portraits for our new site. You can view more of David’s stunning work here.
Point Five designed four covers for Constance Eakins’, the reclusive author in Nathaniel Rich’s novel, The Mayor’s Tongue. Check out Eakins’ Paris Review interview here.
Three Point Five designed covers are named finalists by the Society of Publication Designers: The November/ December issue of Columbia Journalism Review (CJR), our “Orwell in ’08” cover about rhetoric in politics, CJR’s September/October Books Issue and the Fall 2007 issue of The Paris Review featuring Pablo Escobar documents.
Point Five launches the website for Birdstone Healing, the private acupuncture practice of Erika Forsell, our dear friend and studio manager of 9 years. We give Erika our highest recommendation and all of our best wishes.
Democracy: A Journal of Ideas is named Best New Publication by 2007 Utne Independent Press Awards.
Alissa Levin contributed a chapter to Designing Magazines, a book edited by Jandos Rothstein and published by Allworth Press. Check out its blog.
The Paris Review wins a 2007 National Magazine Award for Photojournalism for Jonas Bendiksen’s “Kibera” portfolio. You can view the evocative portfolio documenting life in the Narobi slum here.