Journey Group seeks a meticulous front end web developer to join our digital studio. The studio composes content, designs interfaces, and builds websites and applications for cultural, educational and humanitarian partners.
Around this time of year, we Journey folks begin to pause and acknowledge how grateful we are to work with each other—and with our clients, supporting the work they’re doing to make the world better.
In our second what’s-up-with-WebEdition interview, we chat about the future of publishing and what it means to have a clarity of purpose.
For the last five years, Greg—eternal student and Journey Group president—has spent part of every summer studying at the Basel School of Design.
The first in a series of interviews with the strategists and developers behind WebEdition, a platform we created (from the ground up, of course) to deliver digital issues of magazines
Custom editorial illustration, of course.
War Cry, The Salvation Army’s, magazine is online and beautiful.
Mark Twain book tributes.
Wheaton's new digital magazine finds the familiar in print and digital.
World Vision hasn't forgotten about South Sudan.