Monday, September 10, 2012

USAT | Nearing 30th, Garcia measures its clout

This week, newspaper design guru Mario Garcia reminisces about USA Today and "how it has forever changed our idea of newspaper design."

Today, in Part 1, Garcia presents J. Ford Huffman's early work guiding design of the paper's prototypes leading to its launch 30 years ago this coming Saturday.

Earlier: A USAT graphics expert lauded by Garcia is suddenly gone.


  1. Too bad supremely talented (and nice) people like J. Ford found themselves with buyout offers they could not refuse.

  2. Mario Garcia is all asshat, no cattle. He's been irrelevant for years.


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