Media Bulletin

Daily Mirror redesign continues

By Laihan Burr Dixon

3rd April 2008


The Daily Mirror has introduced new headline and body copy typefaces as part of an on-going redesign of the paper.

The new-look, which also involves the use of new typefaces for subheadings and bylines, has been overseen by Daily Mirror deputy editor Conor Hanna, and associate editor of development at the paper, Matt Kelly.

The paper is looking to introduce a more contemporary design following its switch to full colour production.

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