The contents page is a good example of what I wanted to experiment with on a tablet. Keeping the same layout as in the magazine, I chose to present the contents in a single screen, rather than make as many as required to fit all of them. I used a scrollable bar with an opaque background, which 'sits' on top of the main image and which holds all of the copy of the contents.
Another good example of using the iPad's capabilities is the story about the San Francisco houses. The article in the magazine is mostly made up of images, so I thought it'd be a good idea to present it on a tablet as a photo gallery. It is 'activated' when the user rotates the device horizontally, allowing the images to take advantage of the full size of the screen, while the user can flick through them.