Esquire Magazine always seems to be on the forefront of magazine design, setting the bar for publication aesthetics with elegant type treatment, appreciation for white space and playful use of color application. So it comes to no surprise that the iPad version of the magazine is causing a positive stir. Incorporating the same classic design principles, Esquire is offering an innovative iPad version of the printed glossy, allowing its readers to explore interactive animations, photo galleries, embedded videos, interactive written content, surveys and even entertaining advertisements. Esquire collaborated with Scrollmotion, a company that specializes in original mobile applications to create the iPad app. Click here to read more about it, or check out the video below.
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