Scott Dadich has been named editor-in-chief of Wired magazine, it was announced Friday by Condé Nast editorial director Tom Wallace.
The appointment marks a homecoming for Dadich, who served as Wired's creative director from 2006 to 2010. He replaces Chris Anderson as the publication's top editor.
Since 2010, Dadich has served as vice president, editorial platforms and design at Conde Nast. In this role, he oversaw the creative efforts to bring Condé Nast's storied brand portfolio to emerging digital channels.
"Scott has been at the forefront of the company's digital innovation for the past three years, developing the design for a digital magazine that has become an industry standard," Wallace said. "His return to Wired, where he served as creative director and won three National Magazine Awards for Design, will ensure that it continues its pace-setting growth."
While Dadich was creative director at Wired, the magazine received three consecutive National Magazine Awards for Design. He is the only creative director ever to win both the National Magazine Award for Design and the Society of Publication Designers Magazine of the Year Award for three consecutive years (2008–2010).
"I'm excited to return to Wired, which has had such a tremendous impact on my life and my career," Dadich said. "I'm honored to have the chance to build on the legacy of innovation that Louis and Jane started some 20 years ago. And I am grateful to my friend and colleague Chris and the incredible Wired staff. I look forward to finding new opportunities to delight and surprise the Wired community, both with the stories we tell and in the ways in which we tell them."
Prior to Wired, he was the creative director of Texas Monthly, which was nominated for 14 National Magazine Awards during his tenure and won for General Excellence in 2003.
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