Britain’s biggest liberal newspaper marked the end of an era this week – adopting a tabloid format for the first time in its 194-year history. The change is part of a three-year plan to reduce costs and break even by 2019 – but as creative director Alex Breuer explains, what started as a print project soon became something much larger, resulting in a new look for every one of the Guardian’s print and digital products…
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