Feb. 14, 2008 -- DesignIntelligence, the Design Futures Council’s bi-monthly report on the future, has appointed Jane Gaboury editor and associate publisher. Founder and former editor James P. Cramer takes on the role of founding editor and publisher.
Gaboury is an award-winning editor and writer with a depth of business-to-business publishing experience. She most recently served as editorial director for the Institute of Industrial Engineers, where she oversaw Industrial Management and Industrial Engineer magazines for nearly a decade. Prior to that, she was editor of a civil engineering publication.
She will provide editorial leadership to DesignIntelligence, working with the Design Futures Council to elicit content and research topics.
DesignIntelligence offers groundbreaking insight on future trends and management practices in the A/E/C field. Its exclusive research is cited widely in the national media, including Fortune, the Wall Street Journal, the Chicago Tribune, and National Public Radio’s “All Things Considered,” among others. Readers have come to rely on the publication’s definitive annual rankings such as the Global 30 and America’s Best Architecture and Design Schools.
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