MdN Interactive

Macintosh designers Network
EditorKabushiki Kaisha MdN Corporation
CategoriesDesign magazine / Mac magazine
PublisherImpress Group company
Year founded1989
CompanyKabushiki Kaisha MdN Corporation
WebsiteMdN (in Japanese)

MdN (Macintosh designers Network) is a general information magazine for graphics and design.[1] Despite its name, the magazine's emphasis is primarily on design and secondarily about Macintosh computing.

Founded in 1989[1] by Yuichi Inomata, the magazine was based on a Macintosh DTP support organisation.[2] MdN also publishes other design magazines and mooks such as web creators and effects. The magazine is published by Impress Group company.[1]


  1. ^ a b c "Impress Group Company Profile" (PDF). Impress Group Company. 2016. Retrieved 3 November 2016.
  2. ^ The InDesign Conference: Tokyo: September 12th - 13th, 2007 , retrieved 13 November 2007

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