IDG’s Publish Magazine Relaunches Its Innovative Web site, Publish RGB

SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 5 — In anticipation of the Fall Internet World '97 show in New York next week, Publish magazine today announced the redesign and relaunch of its companion World Wide Web site. Publish RGB, the online

resource for electronic publishing professionals, can be reached at

A complete online resource for anyone who wants to use electronic publishing tools more efficiently and creatively, Publish RGB now offers:

A fully searchable archive of Publish magazine's features, product reviews, news, and how-tos

Web Designer, a treasury of Web-related articles, site makeovers, and design tips

The Software Closet, a collection of shareware and freeware publishing tools where registered users are welcome to download monthly updates

The popular Directory of Type Foundries

Threaded article discussion forums

and much more!

"The changes we've made to the site make it the ideal stop on the Web for print and online designers," said Jake Widman, editor in chief for Publish. "Readers can expect the same quality and commitment they've found in Publish over the past 11 years."

First launched in September 1995, Publish RGB was named to reflect the red, green, and blue color model of onscreen publishing.

Publish magazine was founded in 1986 to cover the emerging desktop publishing market. Since then, the monthly has expanded to cover all forms of electronic publishing and distribution, focusing not only on high-end print production but also on CD-ROM, Web, and other nontraditional publishing media. It is a publication of International Data Group Inc., the world's

leading publisher of computer-related information.