With this issue, we introduce Pensions & Investments' new look.
As a house occasionally needs a top-to-bottom cleaning and a new coat of paint so, too, a publication periodically needs to be spruced up and better organized. We thought P&I had reached that point.
With the help and guidance of top publication designers John Brady and Greg Paul, we have taken advantage of advances in typography and newspaper and magazine design to brighten up the pages of P&I and make them more inviting to read.
We have new, cleaner, crisper headline typefaces, and a more modern, easier-to-read body type.
No revolutionary changes here, though. Rather, P&I's traditional financial look has been modernized.
We believe the new design gives us the flexibility to evolve as the institutional investment world evolves. We're open to adding new areas of coverage and dropping old ones without disrupting the look and flow of the publication.
And we believe it is a design that will make P&I more visually appealing and more accessible to you, our readers.
If you find it so, we will have achieved our goal.