Color by Castaneda

September 1999
Editor & Publisher;09/25/99, Vol. 132 Issue 39, p29
Trade Publication
Discusses the factors that influenced newspaper editor and publisher designer Carlos M. Castaneda to help in the redesign of the `El Nuevo Herald' newspaper. Use of colors to depict the sun, sea and scenes of Miami, Florida; Increase in subscriptions since the newspaper's redesign; Optimism that reproduction capabilities will improve.


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