It’s been a year of celebrations: Habitus reached its 21st issue, DQ underwent a redesign, and IDM Indonesia turned 1 year old.
September 17th, 2013
Habitus has reached its 21st issue, and we would like to say thanks to all those who have supported us on our journey so far: contributors across the Region, loyal advertisers, and you – passionate Design Hunters all over the world. We’re all grown up now, and we can’t wait to see what the next 21 years has in store.
We’ve also launched the new look DQ: a razor-sharp, no-nonsense approach to the business of design. Its raw, its sleek, its candid and direct, where the lean graphic devices and typography reveal the ahead-of-curve nature of the content. Now broken down into 5 sections (Industry/In Demand/Influencers/In-Depth/Interact) the new layout is fluid, and navigates the reader’s path graphically. The new DQ design leads, not follows, and at its core – gets down to business.
And it was all smiles and party cakes when Indesign Indonesia turned 2 years old earlier this year. Connecting creatives across the Region, Indesign Indonesia brings a unique and sophisticated voice to all things great about design.
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