Many organizations include tablets in their overall definition of “mobile” computing. But when you look at where and when tablets are being used today, they’re much more “mobile in the home” than mobile.
I run this blog since the beginning of 2011 as a way to publish the findings from my bachelor thesis with the same title, wich I finished in July this year. This blog will continue. It’s content about digital publishing, the industry and tricks for the Digital Publishing Suite in InDesign seem to be mainly interesting for people working in the industry, wether it is at publishing houses or design firms.
the daily breakdown of visitors for each day since March show a very clear weekend drop (currently, this blog is visited between 1.000 and 1.500 times a week).
The average visit time is two minutes and twenty-two seconds (yes, exactly ,-).
This blog is read nearly all over the world. Of course mostly in the countries using advanced technology.
Thank you very much! This is fun for me. keep reading this blog, spread the word and ask questions if you like.
Last week, Adobe announced the Digital Publishing Suite Single Edition. Also, they announced montly subscription to the professional edition. With that, Adobe has 4 pricing options. WoodWing transforms onto the Adobe DPS plattform. And with all that other solutions from other partners, there are plenty of possibilities for digital magazines out there.
Haeme Ulrich found a chart from Adobe, showing all the pricing possibilites from Adobe, see below:
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A few days ago, CreativePro.com made a comparison chart comparing different InDesign Plugin Solutions by functionality and price. See below:
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Also, not shown here, there are software-independent opensource solutions out there like the Baker Framework & Laker Compendium, wich are totally free, but require HTML input and compiling by yourself.
Recent data from PricewaterhouseCoopers shows that digital magazine revenue will grow more than 15,000 per cent from US$4m in 2010 to an estimated US$611m in 2015. During the same period, digital newspaper revenue will only grow by 120 per cent from US$150m to US$331mn.
Melissa Wiley (National Geographic), Henry Donahue (Condé Nast) and James Kober (Newsday) talked about their current efforts and the future of digital publishing in a panel hosted by Adobe at the end of June.
Watch this hour long panel talk to learn more about the things National Geographic and Condé Nast learned after adding digital publishing to their magazine portfolios and hear what is driving in the world of publishers in making their publications profitable.
This is more a talk about business and workflow changement than new storytelling techniques, but not less interesting.