even if it sometimes appears that we're not. Our readers are our life-blood, and we're acutely aware of it.
That isn't to say that we react in a knee-jerk fashion every time someone doesn't like the colours on a page, but we'll definitely respond to feedback. Personally I think the magazine has never looked better than at present.....but then you would expect me to say that, wouldn't you?
I have to agree the mag is looking well at the moment, there was that one month that parts of a certain article was differcult to read but that was quickly resolved and the next issue was vastly improved. And still a lot of great reading.
that it's great to know that our readers feel involved with the magazine. Believe it or not, working with a print publication - at least for me - can at times be a slightly isolating experience. Feedback from readers is a reminder that there are real people at the other end of the process, and I can assure you it's a good feeling.......even if the feedback isn't always complimentary.
Peter I can easily see how working in a publishing organisation could be isolating as you put it, but you have all of us, think of the other poor souls working at the magazine that never see or speak to customers in the real world. If you can count this as the real world I mean.
Come to think of it, I have more contact with our readership than does anyone else in the entire company. In fact, now you've mentioned it I'm wondering why I ever felt isolated, even for the briefest moment.
Gosh! There's a lot of love in the room tonight, isn't there?
Why oh why though has the graphic design team improved some things photography and new products etc but has not improved on some more important things like the reviews which I would imagine is why people buy PC advisor.
More photos of what is being reviewed please. I still like it though