Over 25 Million Digital Issues Delivered to Date, 120,000 Downloads Every Day Video: Digital Publishing Suite Adobe announced new features for Adobe Digital Publishing Suite (DPS) that will allow media companies and corporate publishers to deliver unparalleled reach and monetize their unique content in new ways. Among the new features are Content Viewer for iPhone, … Continue reading
Now designers can browse, download and edit photos and illustrations without ever leaving Photoshop, Illustrator or InDesign. The benefits include: A more streamlined workflow Better engagement in the creative process Quick access to images and easy manipulation of those images A smoother overall experience iStockphoto launched an simple and intuitive plugin for several programs in the new … Continue reading
About Mag+ Today’s touchscreen tablets offer designers a gorgeous and powerful canvas to create a new generation of digital publications. And digital publishing should be fun. So we built the Magplus publishing system to be as easy-to-learn and flexible to use as possible. We’ve put the creatives, not the tech team, back in the driver’s … Continue reading
NEW YORK, Nov. 29, 2011 – Mag+ today announced two new offerings for its game-changing tablet publishing platform that allow more creatives and publishers to join the digital content revolution. With its new Mag+ Go, a $199 app delivering a single issue, the company has lowered the barrier for catalogs, e-books or anyone with a … Continue reading
Mag+ announces a global magazine design competition – giving creatives the chance to publish their dream projects into iTunes, alongside dozens of renowned digital titles. The winner will be the entrant whose App demonstrates the most creative use of the Mag+ platform. The contest, live now with full details available at http://www.magplus.com/creativetabletidea/, is a chance … Continue reading
Adobe InDesign CS5 – can help book publishers and print media easily publish their content in a format that is compatible with the Apple iPad. As this video demonstrations, publishers can add rich-media content (like video clips, animations, etc.) and even interactivity (like 360° image rotation, transitions, etc.) all using the new InDesign CS5.