With & & for The London Magazine

The London Magazine

Design, Protoyping & UX/UI Design

The London Magazine

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The London MagazineResponsible for:
UX/UI, Design, Development

Design and development for The London Magazine

The London Magazine is England’s oldest literary periodical, with a history stretching back to 1732.
Eclectic in taste, promiscuously interested and unapologetically intelligent, The London Magazine continues to publish the best writing from London and the wider world.

The work involved a WordPress template with custom php works and jQuery enhanced homepage in cooperation with Swift Strategies.

The London Magazine Overview



  • Website design
  • Graphic design
  • Application design
  • Photo Retouche


  • Native App Development
  • Cross Platform App
  • Mobile Web
  • Mobile eCommerce


  • eCommerce Development
  • Multi-Channel Retailing
  • Enterprise Features
  • PCI Data Security Standard



  • Research & Insight
  • Brand Strategy & Identification
  • Identity Design
  • Display Design

Usability & accessibility

  • Brand implementation
  • Information Architecture
  • User Interface Design
  • Visual Design


  • Custom Web App
  • iPhone App
  • CMS Implementation
  • Facebook App Design
  • E-Commerce

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Responsive design eCommerce enabled SEO Optimized CSS3 & html5 tech Structured Data

The London Magazine Colour palette

The London Magazine Features

Loading time

Faster than average

84 %



  • Responsive
  • Html5
  • CSS3
  • SEO score



95 %

Video: The London Magazine

The London Magazine was founded in 1732 as The London Magazine, or Gentleman’s Monthly Intelligencer, a rival to the new, and popular, Gentleman’s Magazine.Revived in 1820 by a new editor, John Scott, the Magazine went on to publish work by the leaders of a rising generation of English romantics. In September 1821, the first two instalments of Thomas De Quincy’s Confessions of an English Opium Eater appeared in the Magazine. Charles Lamb, Leigh Hunt, and Thomas Carlyle were also contributors.

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Mobile sites built in

The The London Magazine project includes a responsive tablet & mobile design, so anyone can see the site any time, any place, on any device.

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