National Geographic Journeys to New Devices

New devices are flourishing. By 2016, 112 million people in the United States alone are expected to own tablets. The tablet market is still highly competitive, and the availability of new devices keeps publishers on their toes. Whether designers are creating for multiple resolutions or aspect ratios, there is a growing need for tools that allow publishers to be nimble. In order to stay competitive, it is imperative that publishing companies expand their footprint without running a marathon.

Alternate layout tools in InDesign allow publishers to focus on their strengths: engaging content and precise design, with content efficiently repurposed for multiple devices. In this video, Bill Marr, Creative Director at National Geographic, along with colleague Lisa Lytton, walk us through their workflow using new tools available in Creative Suite 6. Soon, you’ll see National Geographic on Amazon Kindle Fire.

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  • By Sylva - 10:14 PM on July 8, 2012  

    Could not hear it very well even though all volumes were turned up as high as possible.

  • By Armando Arenas - 8:53 AM on July 6, 2012  

    I have try many tablets and so far Kindle Fire is the most reasonable and fastest android tablet in the market, it has a thousand + colors + the Silk Browser which is the fastest so far in the Android market today. I hope National Geographic Mag. will be available soon.

  • By Nari Dharmarajan - 7:09 PM on June 4, 2012  

    Volume in video is too feeble. Also the camera focuses on presenter rather than on the demo which makes it difficult to comprehend the demo

  • By Sell ios source code, Buy Android Source Code - 3:52 AM on May 30, 2012  

    Earning a living as an independent mobile software developer isn’t all the difficult right now. People love the iPhone and Android devices because of their various apps. Businesses want to cash in on this craze, so they are willing to pay a fair amount for software developers to make them apps. There are many ways to make a living as a mobile software developer. This article will present some of the best tips for making enough money.

  • By Mark Andrew - 11:46 PM on May 29, 2012  

    I cannot wait to see NG on my Fire. I have subscription and really enjoy being able to view the content in different ways especially when traveling.