Nice redesign of Vanity Fair, good grid design in use, clean and proper areas, not that much divities, and only 40 errors are showing up.
Compared to any other news magazine is that a very good result.
Now how much uglier is the site with ads enabled: lost completely the refined areas and looks like a garbage backyard…
Do they really need that big flashy ad before their actual content?
In addition to its controversial photography, the magazine also prints articles on a variety of topics. In 1996, journalist Marie Brenner wrote an exposé on the tobacco industry titled “The Man Who Knew Too Much”. The article was later adapted into a movie The Insider (1999), which starred Al Pacino and Russell Crowe.
Most famously, after more than thirty years of mystery, an article in the May 2005 edition revealed the identity of Deep Throat (W. Mark Felt), one of the sources for The Washington Post articles on Watergate, which led to the 1974 resignation of U.S. President Richard Nixon.
The magazine also features candid interviews with celebrities, including a monthly Proust Questionnaire. Other notable interviews have included: Teri Hatcher, who revealed in the magazine that she was sexually abused as a child; Jennifer Aniston’s first interview after her divorce from Brad Pitt; Anderson Cooper, who talked about his brother’s death; and Martha Stewart’s first interview after her release from prison.