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AZ, Digital Magazine from The Arizona Republic, Wins AP’s Innovator of the Year Award

azmagazine We are thrilled to announce that AZ, a twice-weekly news magazine produced by The Arizona Republic, has just won the prestigious Innovator of the Year award from the Associated Press Media Editors at their annual conference. The APME Innovator of the Year award recognizes innovation that demonstrates a bold, creative, and successful effort to improve a news or information product and increase audience.

In less than a year, AZ, built on the Adobe DPS platform, has delivered on all of these fronts, consistently providing readers with a publication that weaves amazing design and interactivity around compelling and timely editorial designed to serve their local community. In addition, the team at AZ has been able to quantify the success of their content and prove they are building a highly engaged and committed readership:

  • 75% of AZ readers come back within a week of their last visit, some come back daily
  • Readers spend an average of 69 minutes in each issue
  • Readers have spent more than 46M million minutes with the app since December 2012

Be sure to watch the AZ video to see first hand how this passionate team delivers their award-winning magazine. Keira Nothaft, Editorial and Creative Director of The Arizona Republic, sums it up by saying “We are in the fight of our lives. We have to engage and reach audiences where they are, on the device they’re using, at the moment they’re using them, and do it in a way that is captivating. People must feel AZ is must read. We are able –with the device, with the software and with our amazing talent — to give readers stories in a way they’ve never been able to experience them before.”

Congratulations to the team at AZ!

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Wolters Kluwer Sees 68% Boost in Overall Engagement With Tablet Editions Added to Mix

JNPT  JNPT

Wolters Kluwer, a publisher of over 280 medical journals, has embraced DPS and is seeing a rapid and exciting transformation of its business.

Journal reading and access preferences for doctors, a core target audience for Wolters Kluwer, have come a long way in the past five years. Rather than sitting at their desks reading printed journals, more and more doctors are accessing portable, online content in between patient visits. When tablets hit the market, the publisher recognized the opportunity they presented to reach audiences in new ways. In 2011, Wolters Kluwer began expanding into digital publishing with the goal of translating static content into exciting reading experiences—complete with audio, video, slideshows and interactive advertising—that would complement popular printed journals and website.

“It’s about overall audience engagement,” says Chantal Kolber, Director of Digital Advertising Strategy. “For us, it’s not a digital, print, or online edition. It is the journal. It’s a whole.” This approach has paid off. The company has seen overall engagement of an average journal’s content—available via print, tablet, and web—increase by 68%.  “One is not cannibalizing the other, it’s adding more interaction with the publication as a whole,” adds Kolber.

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In rapid succession, Wolters Kluwer created apps for over 150 journals and immediately saw this new platform benefit readers, authors, editors, and advertisers. Over a six month period, the digital journals had over 1.2 million visits; readers returned to an issue two to three times, eventually consuming all of the information in that issue; and time spent on individual ads was 5 to 20 seconds. Being able to share ‘time spent’ with advertisers has been very powerful for Wolters Kluwer. It proves to the advertiser that the digital platform turns a basic ad exposure into an educational experience that is worth investing in.

Wolters Kluwer believes that the enterprise edition of Digital Publishing Suite is a solution that will get help it reach 200 to 300 journals very quickly. And the company is well on its way.

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Adobe and JWT/Casa Miami: Event apps drive customer engagement

Adobe & JWT/Casa Miami

When we tapped JWT/Casa Miami to build an event app for the Adobe DPS Summit, we knew we wanted a content-rich, interactive app to engage, inform, and connect conference attendees. The agency regularly uses Digital Publishing Suite to develop specialty apps that support business processes, both externally to customers and internally to employees. For our DPS Summit event, JWT/Casa Miami made a rich, interact app that highlighted the solution’s capabilities, including direct entitlement, social media integration, and real-time notifications.

The digital app allowed attendees to view information about sessions and speakers, take notes on presentations, and download or view presentations after a session. They were also able to access offline content and Internet links, including news articles and videos, without leaving the app. Push notifications helped accommodate the fluid nature of the event by allowing the event producers to update speakers and sessions in near-real time, without having to rebuild the app and resubmit the content to an app marketplace. Social media integration also enabled attendees to interact with each other and follow social media activity about the event.

The Summit featured two sessions, each with its own agenda and speakers, and attendees easily downloaded the appropriate version of the app for their sessions through a registration front-end linked to an entitlement database. By using restricted distribution and direct entitlement, the app was able to deliver proper content to attendees based on their login credentials.

Overall it was a hit with attendees. Douglas Fajardo, CEO and chief creative director of JWT/Casa Miami, concluded, “Event apps created with Adobe Digital Publishing Suite are a great solution for bringing event content to life in a way that engages attendees on-site, and facilitates ongoing relationships.”

Read the PDF case study here:
Adobe & JWT/Casa Miami: Event apps drive customer engagement

 

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Discover how Adobe deploys Digital Publishing Suite

Adobe deploys Digital Publishing Suite across a variety of use cases—from inspiring customers to communicating with creative professionals, as well as enabling internal sales teams. At the recent Digital Publishing Summit, a panel of Adobe employees explored how Adobe uses Digital Publishing Suite.

Julie Campagna, Senior Media Producer at Adobe, discussed Adobe Inspire Magazine, Adobe’s flagship publication for creative professionals. The magazine, with almost 1.3 million subscribers for the Web edition, now also has over 1 million downloads for the iPad app, which launched in summer 2012. Created to inform, enlighten and inspire creative professionals, the magazine serves as a retention tool for already existing customers. Expanding beyond the Web edition, the iPad app uses interactivity made possible with Adobe Digital Publishing Suite—including scrolling navigation, overlays, in-depth interviews, videos, audio, and more. Check out this video clip to learn more about the Adobe Inspire iPad app.

In addition, Kimberley Talbot, Director of Campaign, Adobe Marketing Cloud, explained more about the creation of the Adobe & Digital Publishing app for the purpose of B2B sales. The Adobe & Digital Publishing app features not only excellent uses of DPS, but also educates senior level executives at publishing houses about the platform. Diving deep into how customers can make the leap to mobile, the app takes advantage of retina, video, and interactive customer examples. Metrics confirm that 70% of users went past the first screen and explored the content within the app, enhancing lead generation efforts. In all, the app explores how brands can grow their reach and expand their digital audience.

Finally, Marc Eaman, Marketing Cloud Evangelist at Adobe demonstrated how the sales team within Adobe has been able to enhance sales with the Adobe Marketing Cloud sales tool app. The app explores major solutions within the Adobe Marketing Cloud, helps employees learn more about the products, contains customer testimonials and also serves as a presentation tool for the sales team. Repurposing content that was already created, the app is now used 200-300 times per week, worldwide.

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UCLA Anderson School of Management Releases Alumni App: Assets Digital

By Sonia Sawhney

Assets Digital

In higher education, DPS helps institutions increase engagement with prospective students, faculty, staff and alumni. In fact, institutions are finding great use cases for tablet publishing across the four A’s of education – in Athletics, with Alumni, in the Admissions office and, of course, in Academics.

One leading educational institutions using DPS to connect with alumni is the UCLA Anderson School of Management. The new iPad publication Assets Digital showcases stories from the alumni, faculty, and current students, along with forward-looking ideas from school’s community.

Before taking the publication digital, the printed version of the alumni magazine was distributed to 38,000 recipients.  Surveys revealed that readers were primarily interested in articles focus on alumni and industry relevant topics. With the help of the Joe Zeff Design team and Adobe Digital Publishing Suite, UCLA launched the digital alumni magazine: Assets Digital.

Assets Digital

 

The Reinvention Issue, one of the two available issues thus far, leverages interactive technology to engage readers and tell the school’s story.  Taking Risks Together, a video embedded in the app, is an engaging short clip that showcases how preparing for the rigors of business school starts outside of the classroom, where successful problem solving delivers immediate thrill. The compelling video clips, stunning photography, content rich articles, and clickable features within the app make the content consumption an enjoyable and entertaining experience.

Assets Digital

With three primary groups of focus: prospective students, alumni, and prospective employers, the app provides opportunities to get creative and think outside of the box. Working with Joe Zeff, the UCLA team was able to create a “Stay Connected” page. Complete with a live feed from the Dean’s new Twitter account, social network shortcuts, and more, the page serves as a great way for the alumni community to stay connected. The digital format of the Alumni Hub allows the community to immediately connect with the school, making all contacts and resources available at the fingertip.

In this video clip from Adobe MAX, Engaging Your Customers and Employees with Mobile Apps, Daniel Riley, Director of external affairs at UCLA Anderson School of Business, showcases the Assets Digital Magazine for iPad. (You’ll find the UCLA panelist presentation at: 15:40 – 23:25).

Download UCLA Anderson Assets Magazine for iPad on the iTunes App Store.

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New Avenues for Growth with Bates Creative

By Sonia Sawhney

It’s Agency Spotlight Week on the Digital Publishing Suite blog! This week, we are highlighting how advertising and creative agencies use DPS to strategically position clients in the mobile space. We will share case studies, a guest blog, and an opinion paper on digital advertising. DPS allows agencies to quickly deliver and flexibly adapt mobile content for their clients, running full speed ahead of the competition. In addition, they are building advertisements in digital publications that merge the best of print and digital, with targeted placement, cutting edge interactivity, and integration with e-commerce.

Bates Creative

At Bates Creative, a marketing agency specializing in design and branding, their team works to create an Experience Under Glass for clients using Adobe Digital Publishing Suite. Investing heavily in a strategic decision to develop web and interactive skills, the agency chose to work with Adobe Digital Publishing Suite to create dynamic digital publications for clients. As a member of the DPS Agency Partner Program, the team at Bates Creative is able to claim a leadership position in the industry while rapidly and affordably expanding communications to tablet devices for clients.

Marines    World Ark

 

Delivering value and expanding opportunities with Digital Publishing Suite services has put Bates Creative in a more strategic position with clients. The agency has worked with DPS Enterprise Level clients, the U.S. Marine Corps and Heifer International to help them move their publications and brands into more interactive, digital realms.

Continuing a legacy of award winning apps, Bates Creative clients have been recognized for excellence:

  • US Marine Corps, Marines Magazine App: 2011 Association Media & Publishing Gold EXCEL Award, Media Innovation in Mobile Apps
  • US Marine Corps, Marines Magazine App: 2012 Association Media & Publishing Gold EXCEL Award, Media Innovation in Mobile Apps
  • Heifer International, World Ark Magazine App: Min’s Best of the Web 2013, Honorable Mention, Digital Magazine
  • Heifer International, World Ark Magazine App: 2013 Association Media and Publishing Gold EXCEL Award, Media Innovation in Mobile Apps
  • Heifer International, World Ark Magazine App: 2013 Art Director’s Club of Metropolitan Washington, Gold Award

Heather Shelton, director of business development for Bates Creative says, “Adobe Digital Publishing Suite has enabled us to change our client conversations and puts us in a leadership position in our industry. There are so many more ways we can now help our clients achieve their goals.”

Bates Creative is excited about the opportunity this technology opens up to clients to leverage the private publishing and restricted distribution capabilities within Digital Publishing Suite. This enables clients to deliver timely and relevant sales tools and other internal communications. The power of Digital Publishing Suite enables Bates Creative to bring content to life and transform the way their clients engage with audiences.

The analytical tools in DPS illuminate audience behavior and preferences, allowing Bates Creative the opportunity to provide clients additional insight. The limitless business opportunities this creates is just one way in which the agency is able to establish itself as a strategic partner delivering measurable results.

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Small Teams Deliver Huge Creativity—Bullett, Wallpaper, Domus

This week we’re excited to highlight independent publishers on the Digital Publishing Suite blog. Highly prized by their readers for expertise and in depth knowledge on key topics, independent magazines have a vital voice in American society. Over the next five days, you’ll hear how publishers of top independent titles have integrated DPS into their workflows to drive innovative business models, new revenue streams and critically engaging content for leading tablets and smartphones.

In the world of digital magazine publishing, publishers are laser focused on optimizing and driving their businesses, but the three publishers we are highlighting today remind us that you can build a strong business without losing sight of inspiring, limit-pushing creative and the value behind it. The subject matter of these titles already borders on avant garde, but when you add features like video, music, interactive illustrations, interactive ads and iPad exclusive content—all delivered in exciting new ways–the creativity reaches new heights.

Be sure to check them out:

BULLET

BULLET

BULLETT speaks to an independent, trendsetting audience with a refined aesthetic and global perspective, seeking to curate bold and engaging fashion, art, film and music for young, international tastemakers. Through cinematic visuals, deeply personal interviews and story lines often co-created by the subjects, BULLETT transcends and redefines mainstream media.

BULLETT’s digital magazine gives you exclusive print, photo, video, and a user experience that is unique to tablet devices. The advertising in BULLETT is 100% interactive.

And for a preview, check out these videos:

 

Wallpaper*

Wallpaper*
Wallpaper* is the world’s leading design magazine, championing the best in architecture, interiors, fashion, art and contemporary lifestyle from across the globe.

 

Domus

Domus
Domus features all the contents of the printed edition of one of the most authoritative architecture and design magazine, founded by Gio Ponti in 1928. The digital magazine offers a wide selection of multimedia and interactive content in a simple and elegant graphic design with amazingly crisp and detailed pictures and razor-sharp visualization of plans, sections and construction details.

If you’d like to find out more about Digital Publishing Suite, contact Jeff James.

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The Washingtonian and Other City and Regional Magazines Deliver Local Flavor

This week we’re excited to highlight independent publishers on the Digital Publishing Suite blog. Highly prized by their readers for expertise and in depth knowledge on key topics, independent magazines have a vital voice in American society. Over the next five days, you’ll hear how publishers of top independent titles have integrated DPS into their workflows to drive innovative business models, new revenue streams and critically engaging content for leading tablets and smartphones.

City and regional magazines are known for delivering highly targeted local content that builds community, promotes neighborhood businesses and events, and shines a spotlight on interesting people and places. Publishers of these magazines are embracing DPS because they recognize that the benefits it delivers align with some of their overall goals–to expand their reach to wider audiences, deliver engaging editorial content that makes their city come to life and provide advertisers with a platform to reach their target audience with compelling messages.

The Washingtonian

The Washingtonian–DC, Maryland and Viriginia’s #1 lifestyle magazine–has produced their past three digital issues using DPS and has found it to be a very cost effective solution that gives them total control over the content, the quality and time to market. Watch this video to hear directly from David VanVoorhees, Digital Development Manager, how DPS has invigorated The Washingtonian team. It has made it easy to get up and running with an interactive publication, and leverage the skills that the team already possessed enabling them to create “iPad extras” like slideshows, videos, and even daily menus served up from ads placed by local restaurants.

Phoenix Home & Garden   Texas Monthly

Be sure to check out Phoenix Home & Garden and Texas Monthly, too.  Phoenix Home & Garden has integrated an audio introduction from the editor and  interactive overlays that help the reader do things like choose your gardening region to learn what to plant and how to water and maintain your garden. The June issue of Texas Monthly has a cover story entitled “The 50 Best BBQ Joints in the World” with a terrific time-lapsed video that illustrates how the cover art was created.

Welcome to the neighborhood to all of our city and regional publishers.

 

(Or, watch the Washingtonian video here)

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JP Morgan Chase launches Annual Letters to Shareholders app

By: Dave Dickson

It’s Corporate Publishing week on the Digital Publishing Suite blog! This week, we are featuring presentations, stories, and an app of the week video on how brands and corporations are using Digital Publishing Suite to accelerate their mobile marketing.  From sales tools and training materials to brand engagement and customer communications publications, businesses are using mobile apps to engage their constituents with immersive, interactive publications that drive consideration, purchase and loyalty.

Financial services institutions are turning to tablet apps to engage their stakeholders and communicate critical information.  JP Morgan Chase, the global financial services firm, recently used Digital Publishing Suite to produce its Annual Letters to Shareholders app.  The app allows the firm’s private banking division to communicate key strategies, market trends, and corporate initiatives to its clients and stakeholders.

With content written by the firm’s senior executives, the Annual Letters app gives insight into the firm’s performance over the last year, as well as its vision for the future. With the launch of the app, the company is following a “print-plus” strategy for its Annual Letters content – augmenting the content with interactivity and informs and engages readers. Commentary in the app is augmented by animated graphs, etchings that animate to photographs, and a video culled from JP Morgan’s existing asset library that highlights the global nature of the firm’s operations.

Before producing the app, JP Morgan Chase distributed the Annual Letters content in printed format, delivering 53,000 copies of the printed booklet in nine languages to clients and employees worldwide.  The app now complements that printed piece with digital content. Launched earlier this year in ten languages, Annual Letters went live two days from when the company’s Annual Report was made available. Produced by Joe Zeff Design, the app went from concept to reality in only nine weeks – a significant time reduction when compared to hiring custom developers.

Learn more about the JP Morgan Chase Annual Letters to Shareholders app below.

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Storify Recap from Day 1 at Adobe Digital Publishing Summit

That’s a wrap for Day 1 at Adobe Digital Publishing Summit! Today we heard from National Geographic, Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, Wolters Kluwer, Hearst Magazines, Daily Mail, The New Republic, and many more speakers from companies & brands. Everyone in the room was pushing the boundaries of Digital Publishing Suite to engage with their customers through apps on tablet & smartphone devices.

To highlight some social media conversation and highlights from today’s traditional publishing session, explore our Storify recap below. Stay tuned throughout the week as we continue to bring you more!

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Digital Publishing Awards

AdWeek

Today, at the Digital Publishing Suite Summit, Adobe and Adweek launched the Digital Publishing Awards. The partnership between Adobe and Adweek reflects shared values in creativity, innovation, and technology. Since 2010, Adweek has honored winners of the Talent 100 in its Adweek Talent Gallery, and this year has expanded its site to showcase creative work built with Adobe Digital Publishing Suite. The Digital Publishing Awards will recognize and honor original mobile apps and ads that harness the power of Digital Publishing Suite to create compelling experiences for consumers.

From now until July 22, 2013, submissions will be accepted through the Adweek Talent Gallery, powered by Behance. Any mobile app or ad built with Adobe Digital Publishing Suite (or built with Creative Cloud, Creative Suite and/or HTML and published via an app built with Adobe DPS) can be uploaded as a Behance project into the Adweek Talent Gallery. Any project tagged with “Adobe DPS” will appear in the “Adobe Digital Publishing” section of the Adweek Talent Gallery. See the DPSAwards.com landing page for instructions on uploading and tagging submissions.

AdWeek Talent Gallery

Submissions to the DPS Innovation Awards will appear in the “Adobe Digital Publishing” section of the Adweek Talent Gallery

 

Awards

Submissions to the Adweek Talent Gallery will be judged by creativity experts in advertising and publishing. Semifinalists will be determined based on the number of “appreciations” on Adweek’s Talent Gallery. Two winners will be chosen – one for the Mobile Ad category, and one from the Mobile App category. Each winner will receive a trip to New York City, hotel accommodations in New York for three nights, a delegate pass to Advertising Week, passes to Adweek’s Clio Awards, and a 12-month Adobe Creative Cloud subscription.

Post your creative and innovative work on the Adweek Talent Gallery to enter. Send your friends and supporters to the site to “appreciate” your project. May the best creative win!

For more information on submission, judging criteria, awards, and terms and conditions, visit the Digital Publishing Awards site at http://www.dpsawards.com.

We know you have seen plenty of great apps built with Digital Publishing Suite. Want to get inspired by some great ads built with DPS? Watch our Ad of the Week – Mashup Video on Adobe TV.

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National Geographic Named Best Tablet Magazine of 2013

National Geographic

A hearty congratulations to Declan Moore and the team at National Geographic for taking home the award for Best Tablet Magazine of 2013 at last night’s ASME awards. According to ASME judges, Nat Geo won because of its in-depth reporting, world-class photography, beautiful design, smooth navigation, immersive interactivity, social media integration, plus engaging extras like a cheetah darting across a cover. They have gone to great lengths to integrate some of the most powerful features of Adobe Digital Publishing Suite (DPS) into their award winning app. Their hard work has paid off–Nat Geo has one of the highest global paid digital circulation of any magazine (330,000), and, according to Declan Moore, is seeing about 10% of their publishing revenue come from digital content.

If you’d like to hear firsthand how National Geographic transformed into a digital publishing powerhouse don’t miss Adobe’s Digital Publishing Summit on May 14 in NYC where Declan Moore will share this riveting story. Registration is open, RSVP here.

We’re also proud to report that of the five nominees in this category–National Geographic, Bloomberg Businessweek, Bon Appétit, Esquire and Money–three of them use Adobe Digital Publishing Suite (DPS) to publish their digital issues. Congrats to Bon Appétit and Esquire for their nominations.

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DPS Agency Spotlight at MAX

Just announced! We have a new Digital Publishing Suite session at Adobe MAX 2013 that highlights the creative work being performed by agencies.  This is your chance to learn about DPS from the experts – people who have pushed the boundaries of DPS and built a wide variety of apps for their clients. Join us on Monday, May 6th at 2pm for the DPS Agency Spotlight to learn how creative agencies are using DPS for customer engagement, sales, storytelling, and more.

Each representative will give a quick presentation on how they use Digital Publishing Suite to expand their clients’ mobile portfolios and more effectively reach stakeholders. They will display work performed for Tomb Raider, Notre Dame, UCLA, Heifer International, Stratford Festival, the Marines, and more.

DETAILS

Digital Publishing Suite Agency Spotlight
Monday, May 6, 2013
2pm
Join creative agencies as they share examples of their most innovative mobile apps built with Digital Publishing Suite technology. From ‘tomb raiding’ to fundraising, see how creative leaders build a wide variety of apps to reach and connect with diverse audiences.

Participants:

Joe Zeff, President, Joe Zeff Design
Alex Berger, Group Director, Technology at The Designory
Debbie Bates-Schrott, President, Bates Creative
Ellie DeSilva, Studio Director, TBWA\Chiat\Day
Nicholas Brendan, Digital Designer, TBWA\Chiat\Day
Jason Porath, Vice President of Digital Publishing, Storycode
Katherine Topaz, Creative Director, Storycode
Jake Hamann, President & CEO, OneFire, Inc.

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Ad of the Week – Levi’s in Bullett

By Teresa Demel

Levi's in Bullett

If you want to find a plethora of innovative and interactive advertisements built with Digital Publishing Suite, download Bullett Magazine for iPad. In fact, Bullett will be speaking in partnership with Levi’s about advertising in digital publications at the upcoming Digital Publishing Summit. (Register here.) This week, I’m featuring two Levi’s ads from their Future issue. One of the ads is for women, and one is for men. The ads educate Bullett’s hip audience about the Levi’s brand its latest designs.

Let me dig a little deeper into why I love a well-designed DPS ad. When executed properly, the ad hits the sweet spot of print and digital:

  • The ad has the beautiful and thoughtful layout of print. It owns a full page of real estate (at least) and doesn’t try to distract from editorial content. Rather, it fits in as I’m flipping through the publication.
  • It has the interaction and control made available in digital. If I’m interested, I can choose to drill deeper and deeper to learn more about the product. In this case, I can buy it right away. As a wise professor said to me, “People hate advertising, but they love shopping.”

In this ad of the week video, the opening page describes background about the Levi’s brand, fabrics, and construction. Scrolling down, I can learn more about the product. In the women’s ad, it uses a nested overlay – with buttons and slideshows embedded in a scrolling frame, so that I can flip through thumbnails of their clothing, and when I tap on a thumbnail that intrigues me, I can see a larger image of the product… and then buy it. The men’s ad has a similar format, allowing readers to zoom in on product details and ultimately purchase Levi’s clothing.

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App of the Week: MaraMedia Educational Manuals

By Teresa Demel

MaraMedia

MaraMedia uses Adobe Digital Publishing Suite to build educational digital manuals for students in grades 7-9. With a goal of supporting active participation in students’ education, MaraMedia provides opportunities for interaction with learning material, from acquiring new information to ultimately applying that information to the real world.

My past career was in education, and I have been curious to see how educational institutions and publishers will embrace Digital Publishing Suite. Printed textbooks appeal to one learning style, but interactivity in a publication allows kinesthetic and auditory learners to consume and apply new information with ease. As an added bonus, having all textbooks on one iPad certainly lightens the backpack.

Some great Digital Publishing techniques employed by MaraMedia:

  • Students can actively break down the steps of a process by tapping on buttons and viewing slideshows of instructions.
  • Readers tap on thumbnails of artwork to zoom into a larger image and learn more.
  • Navigating among modules is intuitive with a clear organizational hierarchy. Nav-to buttons allow students to identify and jump to the next relevant module.

Download MaraMedia digital manuals from the iTunes store.

Watch the MaraMedia App of the Week video:

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