April 7, 2014
Accenture Interactive, a specialty group within international consulting company Accenture, helps some of the world’s leading brands drive multichannel marketing performance. One of the latest sales enablement and communications tools that Accenture Interactive has added to its mix is a digital app built using Adobe Digital Publishing Suite, Enterprise Edition. The app, Accenture Interactive, is a custom-branded showcase of the company’s latest research, reports, and insights for customers and prospects.
“Although this started as sales enablement, it grew from there,” says Molly E. Spatara, global director of digital marketing at Accenture Interactive. “Once we saw what we could do with Adobe Digital Publishing Suite, we realized there was tremendous potential to go beyond sales enablement to more deeply engage people with the Accenture brand.”
The app is the latest technology the firm uses to communicate with its customers and prospects. Since launching the iPad app in January 2013, Accenture Interactive has built more than 100 folios that address topics including marketing strategy and operations, analytics, media optimization, experience management, and social media.
The Accenture Interactive app has been well received and many executives embrace it as a key component of the integrated digital campaigns that support the launch of new research. Older content is replaced as new research becomes available, keeping the app fresh and relevant. Using the Custom Store capability of DPS, Accenture presents its folios in a rich, branded experience and organizes information into categories that support intuitive browsing.
Analytics in Digital Publishing Suite let the firm gauge the popularity of its more than 100 folios and refine the app experience. In addition to looking at what content is downloaded from other channels, Accenture is examining folio usage, interactivity, and how related content is accessed in the app to create the best possible experience for its audiences.
Accenture Interactive reports that it is seeing a steady rate of app downloads per month, with increases tied to paid search and paid social efforts. Accenture plans to continue investing in the app and growing its content library. The firm is also looking into opportunities to use of Digital Publishing Suite to create an app for its analytics content.
April 4, 2014
Calling all association leaders: Attend our AM&P presentation, learn the many uses of DPS, and meet an Adobe expert
The team from Adobe will be hosting a presentation at the AM&P offices in Reston, VA—you can also attend remotely—to introduce you to the many ways your association can use DPS. If you thought that DPS was just for magazines, this will be an eye-opening look at other types of content that publishers and companies are creating including brochures, internal communication and sales tools, event apps, presentations, and more. You’ll learn how DPS can help you reach more members, cut down on printing costs and deliver more timely and relevant experiences to your constituents.
Plus, for those who attend in person, Adobe’s Mark Poulalion, Solutions Consultant, will be on hand 30 minutes before the presentation to answer your questions about digital publishing tools and technologies, offer guidance on your digital strategy and more.
1:30-2:00pm: Meet the Adobe expert, Mark Poulalion, Solution Consultant (onsite only)
2:00-3:00pm: “The many uses of DPS” presentation (onsite and via webinar)
It’s free and open to AM&P members as well as non-members. Register now: The Many Uses of DPS for Your Association
April 1, 2014
This post originally appeared on Adobe Conversations. Posted by Adobe’s Mark Garrett, Executive Vice President and CFO.
Today, we released a new 2013 Adobe Year in Review app that provides an interactive recap of Adobe’s highlights last year. As CFO, most of the documents I oversee aren’t all that exciting – 10-K’s and 10-Q’s are important, but they aren’t bedtime reading. With this app, produced using Adobe Digital Publishing Suite (DPS), I’m finally able to tap some of the cool technology we provide to our customers to tell our own business story.
The Year in Review app highlights our performance in 2013 and our vision around Creative Cloud and Adobe Marketing Cloud— including the new connections we’re making between our content creation technologies and our digital marketing solutions.
The app includes video and interactivity to bring the numbers and data to life—along with providing information about Adobe’s strategy, exciting customer case studies and our efforts with corporate social responsibility programs.
Because this is a mobile app, we’re also able to engage our stakeholders wherever they are, including customers, employees, partners, investors and analysts. Additionally, because the app is integrated with Adobe Analytics, part of Adobe Marketing Cloud, we’ll be able to see how the content and interactivity is resonating with our stakeholders.
March 14, 2014
If you’re a B2B publisher interested in learning more about the latest advancements in content marketing, don’t miss this seminar hosted by the ABM and sponsored by Adobe where the topic “Understanding Content Marketing and Making Money from It” will be explored. Speakers will delve into why this is such a hot topic, share statistics on their content marketing spends and reveal strategies that are delivering results. One highlight of the day will be a mini case study that Sharon Wright, VP of Digital Operations from Cygnus Media, will share about their app strategy and how they are turning their digital magazines into a highly relevant medium that delivers revenue, engagement and leads.
Register now: Understanding Content Marketing and Making Money from It
Thursday, March 27 at 8:30 am EDT in New York, New York.
March 6, 2014
Join Adobe as they host a free, one-hour webinar in partnership with the ABM that will introduce B2B publishers to the large variety of apps that can be created using Adobe DPS.
Don’t miss this opportunity to get inspired by the many examples the DPS team will present that go beyond the digital magazines you’re familiar with. You’ll see real-life examples of other types of content-centric apps being created by publishers and brands like event and program guides, brochures, sales collateral and presentations, white papers and more and learn how you can make the most of your investment in DPS.
Register now: Webinar: More Than Just Digital Magazines: The Many Uses of Adobe DPS for Your Business
Wednesday, March 12 at 2:00pm EDT
Free to members and non-members.
March 4, 2014
Money management firms know a thing or two about ROI. So when Lord Abbett chose to expand its publishing efforts and adopt a more versatile web content management system, achieving a rapid return on investment was also a goal. After evaluating solutions, Lord Abbett chose Adobe Experience Manager for content creation and distribution and Adobe Digital Publishing Suite for creating digital publications that engage customers on tablet devices.
Integration between DPS and Experience Manager enables the firm to streamline asset creation and content management and easily repurpose content for mobile devices. Lord Abbett replaced its quarterly publication, The Lord Abbett Review, with Perspectives, a digital app created with Adobe Digital Publishing Suite that supports faster delivery of more relevant content.
With the combined Adobe solution, Lord Abbett could deliver compelling experiences wherever customers are, taking the wealth of content already created for print and web to mobile apps—faster, easier, and at a lower cost.
Lord Abbett previously relied heavily on third-party agencies to create the quarterly Lord Abbett Review—a process that would slow time to market and increase publishing costs. Now, with Perspectives being created using a combination of Adobe Experience Manager and Adobe Digital Publishing Suite, creation and delivery time has decreased dramatically. Most production has been brought in-house, reducing costs and enabling the firm to deliver the publication on a more frequent basis.
In addition, the Lord Abbett team has the flexibility to pivot quickly and update content if economic trends change. Previously, changing content at the last minute required that the quarterly print issue be pulled from the printer and reworked. With Adobe Experience Manager, the team at Lord Abbett can efficiently create content using predesigned, preapproved templates and house that content—along with associated assets—in a central repository. The assets are then transferred to Adobe Digital Publishing Suite – even when content changes – and prepared for delivery to devices.
“We’ve accelerated time to market by at least two weeks compared to working with agencies—that’s a 50% improvement,” says Stephen Reilly, Director of Digital Communications for Lord Abbett. “From a financial standpoint, we anticipate fast and significant savings in terms of both cost and effort.”
For Lord Abbett, the ability to accelerate publishing processes is opening many new possibilities to become more relevant and engaging to customers.
Read the Lord Abbett case study
Register for Adobe Summit sessions to learn more
February 26, 2014
New integration of DPS and Experience Manager drives consistency across rich-content mobile apps and web
Today, we’re excited to announce a new solution that enables brands to create and deliver consistent experiences for customers across content-rich apps and the Web using one set of assets. The combination of Adobe Digital Publishing Suite and the market-leading Web experience management solution, Adobe Experience Manager, helps organizations streamline the production of interactive, content-centric apps.
With the integration of Digital Publishing Suite and Experience Manager, organizations have a solution that allows them to:
- Author compelling app content faster—using the intuitive, drag-and-drop interface of Adobe Experience Manager, creative assets can now be seamlessly added to responsive HTML templates, which are then synced with DPS.
- Decrease publishing costs across channels—contributors across the organization – creative teams, production staff and business managers – can now leverage approved creative assets for delivery into content-centric apps, reducing dependence on Web production and design staff. They can ensure more timely delivery of content with greater control over mobile brand experiences as well as the ability to quickly update content as needed.
- Maintain a consistent brand and user experience—production staff can ensure brand consistency across Web and content-centric apps by using approved, versioned assets that are centrally located and managed through Experience Manager’s Digital Asset Management.
“DPS and Adobe Experience Manager make it significantly easier for publishers and brands to produce consistent, rich content for customers on mobile and the Web. Delivering interactive magazines for mobile devices and content for the Web used to require separate assets, teams and time,” says Nick Bogaty, head of digital publishing, Adobe. “That’s now a thing of the past. The combination of our tools will arm savvy CMOs with a tremendous advantage.”
Lord Abbett, a U.S.-based money management firm, is using DPS and Experience Manager to create a thought leadership app distributed to customers, delivering information about market trends and analysis and keeping them engaged with the firm. With the DPS and Experience Manager workflow, the firm accelerated its time-to-market for the Lord Abbett Perspectives app by 50 percent.
“At Lord Abbett, we continually look for ways to connect with our customers and employees, no matter what mobile device they’re using. By leveraging DPS and Adobe Experience Manager, anyone on our content creation team can now develop and deploy content across all of our properties,” says Steve Reilly, director of digital communications, Lord Abbett. “What’s more, we are able to manage our digital assets seamlessly—ensuring a unified look and feel, while simplifying workflow and gaining production efficiencies.”
Additionally, Condé Nast is using the combination of Adobe technologies to accelerate production of its iconic Vanity Fair title for the iPhone. “Adobe DPS is the go-to solution for publishing our magazine apps on mobile devices,” says Emily Smith, director of operations for corporate editorial, Condé Nast. “The integration of Adobe Experience Manager not only enables us deliver a consistent Vanity Fair experience on multiple platforms, we have advanced our on-sale date by five days.”
Finally, CMO.com by Adobe—a website offering news, expertise and insights for senior marketing executives—is using DPS and Experience Manager to develop special editions of its content for tablets and smartphones, extending the reach of its content to a wider audience.
In addition to the new integration with Experience Manager, DPS also offers full app measurement capabilities from Adobe Analytics, part of Adobe Marketing Cloud. The combination of DPS and Adobe Marketing Cloud allows publishers and businesses to create, deliver and measure rich-content mobile apps, ensuring the most impactful content reaches the right audience.
February 13, 2014
Looking to amp up your productivity while getting your content onto more devices? You’ll want to catch Adobe’s presentation at the MPA’s next Meet the Innovator Lunch and Learn on Tuesday, March 11 from noon – 2:00pm in New York, NY. You’ll learn how using content management systems, like Adobe Experience Manager, with DPS can streamline the process of publishing across multiple devices and the Web, maintain consistency across brand touch points and decrease publishing costs for multi-channel distribution.
The Adobe team will show you this workflow and walk you through some current examples of publications built with DPS and AEM–including Vanity Fair.
Speakers will include:
- Steve Hart, Senior Solutions Manager, Adobe Publishing
- John Metzger, Senior Product Manager, Adobe Publishing
Date: Tuesday, March 11 from noon – 2:00pm
Location: 757 Third Avenue, 11th Floor New York, NY 10017
To register, contact Margaret McCarthy at firstname.lastname@example.org or 212-872-3756 with questions.
January 20, 2014
Stay up to date on the latest publishing news with Adobe’s Connection Newsletter.
Each month, the Connection Newsletter provides the rundown on topics and events that drive your digital publishing business.
Topics in the January issue include:
- Adobe to offer .folio file format for Digital Publishing Suite
- Learn strategies for measuring your app’s ROI
- View best practices for driving more downloads
January 8, 2014
Forbes Insights Report reveals apps strengthen connections with customers and are driving internal efficiencies
Increasingly, consumers expect the ability to retrieve information on-the-go with tablet and mobile devices. To further explore these trends in mobile marketing, we’re releasing today a new report about apps that examines how marketers are integrating them as a key part of the marketing mix. Produced in conjunction with Forbes, the new report The Connected Marketer: How Apps are Engaging Customers, Partners and Employees, surveyed top-level decision makers in large organizations and found:
- Apps are on the rise. Of companies with customer-facing apps, 78%, report increases in their mobile app audiences over the past year.
- Use of customer-facing mobile apps is seen as a post-sale loyalty strategy. 31% of respondents say that customer-facing apps have the greatest impact when maintaining loyalty post-purchase.
- Internal apps are driving efficiencies. More than two-thirds of executives report the number of end-users of their internal apps has grown over the past year; they see apps playing greater roles in facilitating sales, communication and training processes.
- In-app analytics represent opportunity. 44% of respondents attempt to measure metrics within the app such as content views and number of downloads. However, marketers are not yet focusing on user-interface metrics such as analysis of navigation through the app, pathing or length of time spent with the app in large numbers yet –an area that represents opportunity for marketers to gain further insight into their customers.
As marketers seek to create stronger connections with their customers and employees they should:
- Have marketing step up to the task. In a majority of cases, both external and internal apps are developed within the organizations—mainly with the assistance of IT, and internal designers/developers. Because IT plays mainly a supporting role – and given marketers’ focus on the customer – app publishing is a role that marketers are uniquely qualified to step up to.
- Implement unique content to attract users. Apps require more than simply scaling down a website to fit a smaller screen. Sixty-eight percent of all the respondents say they are offering exclusive content that cannot be found elsewhere. A majority of those who have seen the number of mobile app users increase, 60%, attribute that to the fact that they are making more exclusive content available through the apps.
- Analyze metrics to create a compelling experience. According to the report, the ability to design user-friendly interfaces and to keep end-users interested and returning to the app was seen as the biggest challenge for marketing executives. Since only 44% of marketing executives look at metrics from their app, they should use a data-driven approach to gain further insight into their customers and optimize the user experience.
- Get the word out across channels. Use both your own and third-party marketing channels to drive downloads of your app. Sixty-nine percent of companies rely on their company’s website to get the word out to customers about their apps. Another 58% employ email as another means of advertising availability of apps (58%). Other strategies include search engine marketing (36%), Facebook notifications (35%) and app store marketing (35%).
Two Adobe customers are mentioned in the report as case studies of successful companies using app marketing.
For nine years, Raymond James Financial has published Worthwhile, a quarterly aimed at high net worth clients and the most popular of all its client communication pieces. In 2013, the firm decided to use Digital Publishing Suite to supplement the printed quarterly with a digital edition, expanding its reach and allowing financial advisors to custom-brand it for their clients. Clients can email their advisor or go directly to their website from the Worthwhile app. The result has been a deeper engagement with clients and increased customer loyalty. “The digital edition brings financial advisors and clients closer together,” says Cameron Diehl manager of advisor productivity and marketing strategy at Raymond James. “It keeps advisors’ names in front of their contacts who can then email the advisor or go to their website directly from within the WorthWhile app.”
Another example is Sotheby’s International Realty, the global luxury real estate network whose Anthology app has replaced the printed brochures it used to distribute to its nearly 700 sales affiliates around the world, and which were often out of date as soon as they were printed. In contrast, its iPad sales enablement app provides up-to-date information to its affiliates and includes interactive features such as slideshows and videos. Best of all, the ﬁrm has seen direct ROI as a result of the app—in addition to the $1 million a year it saves by using a tablet app instead of print collateral.
January 7, 2014
Senior Marketing Leaders Across Geographies and Industries Select Adobe Digital Publishing Suite to Engage Stakeholders with Apps
After making great strides in the publishing industry over the past few years, Adobe is proud to announce that Digital Publishing Suite is now also powering mobile app production for some of the world’s best-known brands. Given its rapid uptake, DPS has become the professional standard for quickly and cost-effectively creating tablet and smartphone apps to help companies engage customers, employees, and other stakeholders through digital channels.
“If you’re a senior marketing leader looking to engage audiences on tablets and smartphones, Digital Publishing Suite offers your team the opportunity to create apps that look amazing for much less than native app development,” says Nick Bogaty, Head of Digital Publishing, Adobe. “It’s exciting to see the many ways brands and organizations are using Digital Publishing Suite to produce apps that quickly engage their customers and employees with compelling content on popular mobile devices.”
Industry leaders producing public-facing apps to drive brand engagement, launch products, and strengthen relationships with consumers include Arsenal FC, Audi of America, Bass Pro Shops, Ball State University, Buffalo Bills/NFL, Casa/JWT (a WPP company), Celebrity Cruises, Deloitte Consulting LLP, Lowe’s, Raymond James Financial, Syracuse University, UCLA Anderson School of Management, University of Notre Dame, and more.
“With Adobe Digital Publishing Suite, we very quickly created a high-quality app that showcases our cruising destinations with rich images and interactivity,” said Lisa Z. Kauffman, vice president of marketing at Celebrity Cruises. “The app makes it fun and easy for customers to interact with our brand and explore our cruise ships and destinations, resulting in more engaged customers and an increase in bookings. Best of all, because we rely on Adobe for the app and technology infrastructure, we can focus our attention on creating compelling travel marketing content.”
In addition to public facing apps available through mobile marketplaces, many global brands are also creating and updating sales enablement and internal communications apps using DPS. These apps are made available internally through a corporate intranet or mobile device management solution or through restricted distribution capabilities to specific external audiences. Customers engaging their employees and affiliates through these private apps include Remy Cointreau, Sotheby’s International Realty, and Specialized Bicycle Components.
“Using Adobe Digital Publishing Suite, we produced a sales enablement app and made it available to our reps through private publishing,” said Alexandre Page-Relo, global chief technology officer for Remy Cointreau. “Now, our sales reps always have up-to-date sales sheets, product information, and sales calculators in an interactive format, right at their fingertips. The return on investment of not having to print materials that are quickly outdated has been phenomenal.”
December 10, 2013
Latest DPS stats show rapid growth in circulation and readership; .folio file format to be offered under free license
Adobe made two exciting announcements today. First, circulation and readership metrics associated with digital magazines continue to climb rapidly, showing more proof that reader adoption of digital magazine content on devices continues to take off. Following on this momentum, Adobe has also announced its plans to aid expansion of the digital publishing industry by providing the .folio file format technical specification at no charge.
Here are the details:
Circulation and Readership Continue to Grow
Back in June 2013, Adobe announced that cumulative downloads of publications to DPS apps on mobile devices had reached 100 million. In the six months since that announcement, we’ve continued to see rapid growth and are excited to share that the cumulative number of DPS downloads is now 150 million.
This increase in circulation correlates directly to the solid gains we’re seeing in readership of DPS apps. In a year-over-year comparison from October 2012 to October 2013, DPS data shows that publishers have added more than three times as many unique monthly readers to their digital editions. Plus, the content in DPS is really grabbing and keeping their attention. Our data shows that subscribers are now spending an average of 50 minutes per month in DPS apps.
This growth in circulation, readership and engagement are clear indicators that digital magazines are creating opportunities for magazine publishers to transform their business by generating readership around the world and attracting high value advertisers.
DPS Features Power Reader Engagement
A large part of what is fueling this growth is a set of consumer marketing tools built into DPS. Social sharing, web viewer capabilities, push notifications and free preview of content are being successfully used by commercial publishers to engage new readers and increase subscription sales through app discovery, immediate access to content and timing and placement of purchase offers.
- Encourage readers to share content through their social networks
- Enable sharing across Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and email
- Promote subscription offers through sharing flow to drive revenue
- Leverage web traffic to build awareness of content available through mobile app
- Introduce high-fidelity content without needing to download and install app
- Convert web viewers into app subscribers
- Encourages repeat visits
- Enables publishers to announce new issues and promote off-cycle and other related content
- Target readers based on behavior or purchase history with customized messages
- Ensure readers explore your app after installation
- Give customers immediate access to sample content
- Convert to paid subscription through paywall
From Bill Phillips, Editor in Chief, Men’s Health, Rodale:
“Marketing of our content is critical to our business and we trust Adobe to continually deliver innovations to DPS that make it easy for us to grow our base of digital readers. The ability to deliver free previews of each issue introduces potential subscribers to our magazine in a meaningful way and this functionality is an important key to increasing circulation and revenue.”
Be sure to check out our white paper designed to help publishers take full advantage of DPS consumer marketing features to generate awareness, collect data, formulate optimal pricing and subscription offers, and ultimately maximize readership and purchase conversion.
Adobe has also announced that it will publish the technical specification for the .folio format under a free license in the first quarter of 2014. The .folio file format has become the de facto standard for highly interactive digital publications. Because of the fast growth of the digital publishing industry, and the increase in marketplaces that want to leverage .folio, Adobe believes that the industry is better served through the licensing of the .folio specification.
This is exciting news for our commercial publishing customers who will be able to extend their content through a variety of marketplaces that accept the .folio file format specification. Publishing to .folio as a universally accepted digital publishing file format will allow magazine publishers to more efficiently produce digital content for mobile devices by eliminating the need to create and publish interactive, digital content in multiple, individual proprietary file formats supported by each unique marketplace. Newsstands and marketplaces that accept the license for the .folio file format specification will be able to create their own native viewers capable of displaying digital magazines available in the .folio file format.
From Nick Bogaty, Adobe’s Head of Digital Publishing:
“Adobe has a long tradition of creating and supporting open file formats to enable content publishing and distribution. PDF was instrumental to the advent of desktop publishing and document sharing, and our work in Web standards, including HTML5, has advanced what’s possible to do on the Web and in mobile apps. We are thrilled to make .folio available for free use to accelerate the growth of digital magazines and other publications.”
Read the press release here: Latest Adobe Stats Show Rapid Growth in Digital Publication Readership
June 26, 2013
By: Sonia Sawhney
The transition from custom-developed apps to DPS-produced apps was cost-effective for Stryker Orthopaedics. In this video clip from the Digital Publishing Summit in New York City from May 2013, Paul Zurlini, Director, Global Marketing Communications, and Steve Brown, Creative Director at Stryker Orthopaedics provide insight into how their team used Digital Publishing Suite to distribute apps internally and enable their sales reps to interact with physicians in an interactive, compelling way.
The Stryker sales force rapidly adopted the DPS-produced tablet app as a sales tool, with 7 out of the top 10 branches using the app frequently. With sophisticated metrics, they were also able to measure overwhelmingly positive adoption of the app – a 78% usage rate. Another remarkable metric was the
42% 56% [updated] reduction in print costs Stryker achieved over a two-year span. After two years of using custom-developed apps, the Stryker team embraced Digital Publishing Suite to reduce publishing costs and simplify the production process.
Watch this video to learn more – Stryker: Distribute apps internally
June 6, 2013
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.
- Download the JP Morgan Chase Annual Letters app on the App Store
- JPMorgan Chase: Communicate with your customers - short clip about the JP Morgan Chase Annual Letters app
May 17, 2013
With more than 100,000 weekly downloads and 90,000 digital subscribers, the tablet edition of Sweden’s daily newspaper, Bonnier/Dagens Nyheter, has the largest circulation of morning newspapers in Sweden. We’re excited to announce that the tablet edition, built with Digital Publishing Suite, took home first place in the Tablet Publishing Category at the 2013 Digital Media Awards presented at the Digital Media Europe Conference.
Dagens Nyheter for tablets, like the printed version of the newspaper, features sections like Sports, News, Weather, etc. With slideshows, video, audio clips, and graphics, the tablet publication leveraged Adobe Digital Publishing Suite to captivate readers with fresh and engaging daily content. As a leader in the digital space and early DPS adopter, Dagens Nyheter is the only DPS based morning newspaper distributed to readers across the country.
Exclusive to the tablet edition, the daily newspaper features special issues and stories. Focusing on interactivity to capture readers and allow them to truly experience the story, Dagens Nyheter is able to provide an experience beyond just text on a page. Divided into chapters, they were able to retain the authentic feeling of reading a newspaper, but presented in a digital format.
Congratulations to Bonnier/Dagens Nyheter for first place at the 2013 European Digital Media Awards! Experience the daily stories on your tablet and learn more: