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Grazia creative director moves to digital publishing joining Kaldor


By Gillian West, Social media manager

October 31, 2013 | 2 min read

Jonathan Clayton Jones, the former creative director of Grazia magazine, has been named as the new creative director at digital publishing company Kaldor.

With over 20 years’ experience designing magazine and newspaper titles, including Marie Claire Health and Beauty, the Daily Mirror’s M Magazine and Good Housekeeping, the role at Kaldor sees Jones focus on providing creative support for publishers coming onto the new Pugpig mobile publishing platform as well as providing creative oversight across all Kaldor’s product development efforts.

Of the move, Jones said: “As readers and publishers increasingly embrace digital publishing, it is the right time for me to join a forward-thinking young company that’s driving it forward.”

CEO of Kaldor, Jonny Kaldor added: “The quality of his work for Grazia speaks for itself and has been rightly recognised by the wider industry. His arrival will give us a massive boost in our creative capability, both for our clients and for our own products. Being able to draw on Jonathan’s 20 plus years in the industry will be invaluable as Pugpig helps more media brands to make the move into digital.”

Jones takes up the role as of Monday 18 November.


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