Fast Company Launches on the iPad Using Digital Publishing Suite

This week, Joe Zeff Design announced the first issue of Fast Company for iPad, created with Adobe Digital Publishing Suite, Enterprise Edition. As an enterprise account, Fast Company has insight into reader behavior through Site Catalyst analytics, and can maintain a connection with its print subscribers using direct entitlement. Joe Zeff Design, known for blending design, illustration and animation, embraced the Digital Publishing Suite interactive features by developing quizzes, dynamic graphs, videos, animations, and beautiful photography.

When I opened up the March issue, the first thing I saw was a pane of frosted glass, which I wiped clean to reveal Jack Dorsey, founder and CEO of Square and creator of Twitter. Diving into the digital magazine, I read through a list of the 50 Most Innovative Companies, and learned about them through interactive infographics and engrossing videos. I highly recommend you download the magazine and fly through the 3-D animation of Seattle’s Waterfront project, designed by James Corner Field Operations.  Then, after reading through the Top 50, input your comments into the discussion board at the end. Congratulations to Joe Zeff Design and Fast Company for the launch of a well-designed and engaging digital magazine.





  • By Lindsay - 7:54 PM on March 12, 2012  

    Very nice. Single orientation. Is anyone seeing a trend these days in single vs. dual?

  • By Fernando - 2:49 AM on March 7, 2012  

    Now they’re covering Fast Companies at speed of today communication! Now we are ready for a suscription!

  • By @xyfon - 9:18 AM on March 3, 2012  

    Joe Zeff nicely done! Checked it out on the ipad pretty slick.

  • By Radhanath Swami Fan - 9:33 PM on March 2, 2012  

    Just Cant wait to have the Fast Company on my ipad…. Waiting to try out Adobe Digital Publishing Suite, I am sure Adobe will never disappoint us