Alums take Lynn Mag to the digital world 



By Sean Harvey ’10

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Lynn Magazine is now online and we have three alumni to thank for it. Andreia Brunstein ’00, ’03, Joey Rego ’02, ’03 and Selene Bowlby ’99, have collaborated to bring the most up-to-date interactive experience to your favorite magazine publication.

Brunstein, the design director at Lynn, translated the printed edition of the magazine into an online format, while Rego took care of the behind-the-scenes technological software and hardware installation; and Bowlby oversaw the modifications and edits for the WordPress theme.

“The infrastructure for Lynn Magazine was a perfect fit. We were installing an open source application that had really never been installed in the manner that we used. A lot of time and customization was put into this project,” said Rego.

The interactive experience of this digital magazine is really unique and was a major factor in putting it online. Brunstein stressed the importance of transforming the print magazine into digital form. “To have an online presence in which we hope to engage alumni, parents and friends in a rich online environment where they will be able to see in pictures, video and slideshows the depth of Lynn’s programs, the fascinating stories or alumni and the activities in which our professors are involved. Lynn is an amazing place and we need to let people know that. You can link everything to your Facebook profile,” she said.

Take a look at Brunstein, Rego and Bowlby’s hard work and check out the magazine online.