The monthly “Top flipbooks” features a collection of beautiful flipbooks that are published each month. There were many pretty publications this February, we couldn’t even review all of them! However, we managed to select a few flipbooks that really caught our eyes. They are listed in no particular order below.
We contacted the publishers to ask for a short description because we wanted you to get to know the people behind each publication. If you want to take a better look at a flipbook, just click on it.
1. Urban Forum – Legacy report
2. A Redesign of Paul Rand’s “Design and the Play Instinct”
by Ying Chen
“A last-minute design project for my class, that turned out surprisingly well. Since using Flipsnack, sharing my portfolio to peers, recruiters, and my mom has become much easier.”
3. One world – Teaching tolerance
by Jessica Williams
“I am a middle school ESL/Newcomer teacher in San Antonio Texas, and the majority of my students are refugee children from countries around the world. I was originally introduced to Flipsnack by a technology coach in my district, and together we used it to publish a recipe book my students had put together as part of a larger technology project. This school year, I was brainstorming a way to introduce a diversity unit to my ESL students. I had One World posters in .pdf files from the Teaching Tolerance website on display in my classroom, but I wanted to have them available to the students online as well. I thought a Flipsnack flipbook would be the best way to allow my students to browse through them as we began our unit. I find Flipsnack to be an easy way to publish files into one place and it is easy for students with little computer skills to use, they love flipping through the pages. I look forward to having my students use Flipsnack to publish their own projects!”
4. Art-i-facts magazine
“Art-i-facts is the publication of the Polk Arts Alliance, the designated local arts agency for Polk County, Florida. Art-i-facts is a public relations and marketing tool provided to Alliance member nonprofit arts, cultural and heritage organizations. The print edition of 10,000 copies is distributed through mail, public libraries, visitor centers, chambers of commerce, hotels, museums and arts organizations, event and entertainment venues, coffeehouses, retirement communities, and more. Reach has been greatly enhanced since we started using Flipsnack. It’s easy for our audience to use and find event information by flipping through the magazine on our website www.polkarts.org or Facebook page.”
5. Halstead Grange brochure
by Focus Integrated
6. Ecuador Infinito magazine
by Trama Ediciones
“Ecuador Infinito magazine is carried out by Trama Ediciones, one of the most experienced publishing houses of Ecuador. Our magazine aims to the spread Ecuador in the world, and to promote the conservation of its environment. Despite the fact that our magazine has a short-run in its printed version, we distribute it through the web to reach all places globally, to present our country with the best editorial content.
On each page the reader will find the best pictures and articles written by professionals who are committed to their work, so the passion for nature and art can be felt in Ecuador Infinito.
We want to break the schemes and set a precedent for editorial quality for future generations.”
7. Judy Buxton exhibition brochure
This flipbooks is a fantastic exhibition of Judy Buxton paintings, curated by Denise Yapp at her wonderful gallery set in a wooded valley in Monmouthshire.
So… which of them is your favorite?