Al Ghad was founded by Mohammad Alayyan in August Militants stormed the paper's headquarters in November , attacking employees. Editor-in-chief Mustafa Saleh's resignation the following month coincided with the dismissal of Jumana Ghunaimat , editor-and-chief of the state-owned al-Rai, by then-Minister of State for Media Affairs and Communication, Rakan Al-Majali. As of [update] Mohammed Sweidan was the managing editor of the daily. In addition to its print version, it launched online version  which has reached a significant number of readers.
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When we designed the logo and visual identity for Al-Ghad newspaper in , we had no idea that this identity was going to be one of the strongest local brands in Jordan. Tarek Atrissi Design is very proud to be the creative minds behind one of the most visible logos in Jordan today. Al-Ghad newspaper was established in and aimed at having a different approach to journalism than the existing local newspapers. Supporting this vision required a design that is unique and that breaks the traditional approach of newspaper branding that was adopted at the time in Amman.
The newspaper turned to Tarek Atrissi Design for the design of the main components for its brand: starting with the logo design and masthead design, in addition to other visual design elements related to the newspaper layout and brand presence. The logo designed for Al-Ghad newspaper was fresh and followed a typographic approach that courageously contrasted with the rather traditional calligraphic logos that other newspapers had. Our branding work for al-Ghad included designing a custom Arabic font family for the headlines of the newspaper, as well various on screen elements such as animations, a corporate website, as well as interfaces for mobile apps.
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