Strategic Direction + User-Centric Design

Jason Brightman

0-60a 0-60mag.com

A fast site for people who like fast cars. 0-60mag.com is the first site at Harris Publications to launch before the magazine.

Jason Brightman is the design director at PCWorld.com and Macworld.com where he provides the creative focus for the innovative sites. PCWorld.com and Macworld.com provide news, reviews, and technology advice to millions of users everyday.


Prior to working with PC World and Macworld, Jason was the Web Director at Harris Publications, one of the nation's largest special-interest publishers with more than 70 titles. At Harris, Jason was responsible for the strategic direction, design, and development of the online brand extensions for the lead titles, including XXL, KING, RIDES, and SLAM magazines. The sites deliver targeted music and lifestyle content to pop-culture enthusiasts, while providing an optimized response rate for the advertisers. In addition to his publishing work, Jason has produced a variety of business-to-consumer sites for clients, including Verisign, Domainsbot, and the Warrior-Poets.


Jason has also worked with Sanpan Design, creating award-winning package design for entertainment properties including HBO's "Six Feet Under", "Carnivale", and "Rome". He has a BFA in Graphic Design from Pratt Institute in New York City.