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Ambidextrous illuminates the people and processes involved in design. It is a forum for the cross-disciplinary, cross-market community of people with an academic, professional and personal interest in design.

The magazine is written and staffed by an all-volunteer collective.

 

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A note to our community

We know it's been a while and you've maybe wondered what has been going on with us. The global financial crisis, revolutions, The New York Times now charging online…a lot has happened. And with the downturn and the state of publishing, it has been tough. We fought as long as we could and unfortunately must now close Ambidextrous. The magazine has been a labor of love, but it has unfortunately not been organizationally and financially sustainable.

 

Since 2005, we've done our best to help designers share their stories and to build a movement around that. The process of making Ambidextrous has been so rewarding for us to take part in, and the best part has always been the people, our contributors and our subscribers. We would like to thank you so much for your support and for sharing your work, passions, and lives with us. It's been a joy and an honor.

 

As a movement, Ambidextrous will live on, and we should have conversations about what great next steps are for fostering intellectual discussion and sharing in the design community. It's the community that makes us hopeful and pushes us to find the next outlet, the next forum, the next thing for us to collaborate on. So keep in touch. Share your ideas. Let's meet again soon.

 

Until then,

 

–Wendy Ju & the Ambidextrous Editorial team

 
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