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Ennead Architects Uses Adobe DPS to Break New Ground in Architecture Communication

There’s much more to architecture than designing and constructing buildings. Design is the core of any project, and compelling visual communications can make or break it. Ennead Architects – a leading firm that has completed notable projects such as the Clinton Presidential Center, Rose Center for Earth and Space at the American Museum of Natural History and Natural History Museum of Utah, and many others – has taken this to heart.

Today, Ennead is innovating not only with its architectural designs, but also in how it’s helping clients communicate with stakeholders with vested interests. Using Adobe Digital Publishing Suite (DPS), Ennead created an app for the new Robert B. Rowling Hall at the McCombs School of Business at the University of Texas (UT) at Austin, set to open in 2017. The app is a leading example of how firms in the architecture, engineering and construction industry can transform their client communications.

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The app allows users to scroll through design plans, view floor-by-floor information, track the progress of construction, and more. Designed by Ennead Architects and Jacobs Engineering, the new building will help physically bridge Austin’s downtown scene with the UT Austin campus. In addition, its location on the northeast corner of Martin Luther King Boulevard and Guadalupe Street will encourage local involvement and information exchange with the community.

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For the McCombs School, the app has taken communication about the project to the broader community and brought excitement to new levels. Equally important, it has added another dimension to the already successful collaboration between Ennead and its client. McCombs sees the value of working with a firm that helps to create a vision for a major facility and then delivers a way to explain the process, communicate the vision and provides tools to help raise money for it.

“Architecture has always been about inventiveness, and we created an interactive app to help UT express its vision and mission in a very tangible and visual way,” says Alex O’Briant, associate partner at Ennead Architects.

The app, developed in-house in roughly two months by Ennead designers Aleks Dawson and Margarita Calero with valuable input from UT, has received a lot of attention and interest – it’s even being used at the groundbreaking ceremony on November 7, 2014, to build enthusiasm for the kick-off of the construction phase. With beautiful renderings, as well as animations and audio, the app is proving to be a successful way to engage multiple constituents, including donors. Sustaining momentum for fundraising is an especially important factor now, because UT’s development efforts have gone beyond focusing on single, larger donors to reaching a broader audience of contributors.

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“Rowling Hall wouldn’t be a reality without engaged alumni, corporate sponsors, students and parents,” says Eric Hirst, Dean of Graduate Programs at the McCombs School. “Reaching these audiences and telling our story in compelling and varied ways is a top priority. The iPad app is one of the best possible ways to invite audiences into the fascinating details of the project.” Having broken new ground with its first DPS app, Ennead Architects wants to tap the potential for future apps. Working with public and institutional clients who have a variety of stakeholders, Ennead sees DPS apps as powerful communication tools that can make a genuine difference and help clients show and tell the world about their new building projects.

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Customers are the Most Important Asset

Morningstar

The financial services industry is notorious for fiercely competing for customers. Leading investment research firm Morningstar knows this, and is developing new ways to care for its most valuable assets.

Morningstar is investing in customer retention and satisfaction by standardizing on Adobe Digital Publishing Suite. Originally, the company developed a native iPad app version of its newsletter StockInvestor to capitalize on investors’ increasing use of tablet devices. But Morningstar quickly realized ongoing maintenance of a custom app required extensive development time and effort.

“Adobe Digital Publishing Suite allows us to incorporate video and multiple live data feeds, something that was not easy when we were producing our native mobile app,” says Christopher Cantore, Morningstar design manager. “Even more importantly, Adobe Digital Publishing Suite supports an initiative to move to market more quickly and standardize design wherever possible.”

Since migrating to Adobe Digital Publishing Suite, Morningstar has been able to integrate its print and design processes and launch a new app, DividendInvestor, without adding staff. Plus, customer engagement is at an all-time high, reaching 99% of all self-identified subscribers with iPads.

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Lord, Abbett & Co.: Streamlined, multichannel publishing

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.

testLord 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.

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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.”

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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.

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“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.

 

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Watch Top Gear video to learn how engagement and revenue skyrocketed with DPS

Back in November, we shared a case study that highlighted the success BBC Top Gear, the world’s leading automotive magazine, experienced by switching from a PDF replica format to the fully interactive experience that DPS delivers.

Now, Simon Carrington, publisher of Top Gear, explains how this transition has had game-changing impact on key metrics. Since moving to DPS, subscriptions are up 175%, downloads up 200%, ad revenue up 130%, and total revenue increased by well over 150%. Plus, get a glimpse of some of the adrenaline pumping-video footage included in their app- and learn why it’s the number one reason their readers keep coming back for more.

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Buffalo Bills: Tapping into a greater fan experience

With the Super Bowl coming up this weekend, there’s nothing that football fans love more than the excitement of game day. This past season, Buffalo Bills fans who couldn’t make it to Ralph Wilson Stadium in-person had an app that kept them connected to the action. The Buffalo Bills Touch app, created with DPS, offered a new edition of the Buffalo Bills Fan Playbook each week. Each issue was packed with features that appeal to readers’ interests and imaginations with embedded audio, video, and editorial content, touch-enabled game day photo slideshows, social networking integration, and much more.

Fans were able to preview the upcoming weekend’s matchup each Wednesday with a new issue of the Buffalo Bills Fan Playbook. The team promoted the release on Facebook, Twitter, and buffalobills.com, and pushed notifications to the app as well. The app was also publicized via email blasts and the team’s message boards.

One aspect about Digital Publishing Suite that especially appealed to the Buffalo Bills was the control the platform offered their creative team. Because the team used its own in-house design staff to create interactive content for the app, it was able to deliver content quickly and give a high-impact experience for fans.

In describing the timely content available through the app, Marc Honan, senior vice president of marketing and broadcasting for the Buffalo Bills, said, “On game day, we push additional content, so fans can enjoy something new when they first wake up and throughout the day, whether they are watching the game on television or heading to the stadium.”

Response to the Buffalo Bills Fan Playbook has been overwhelmingly positive. Fans love the animated 3D depth charts and the video content, including an in-app edition of the Bills All Access Live pregame show featuring BuffaloBills.com lead journalist Chris Brown and the team’s play-by-play announcer, John Murphy. Best of all, app users generally rate the app “good” and “very good,”— a clear touchdown for the Buffalo Bills’ in-house creative team.

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Top Gear Sees 300% Increase in Engagement with Transition to DPS

TopGear_3AppsWhen you publish the biggest car magazine in the world, you want a digital edition as high-tech and feature-rich as the cars it showcases. That’s why Immediate Media chose to work with Digital Publishing Suite to create the digital edition of BBC Top Gear magazine. In addition to being able to leverage the print workflow, DPS lets the publisher add a range of interactive features, including 30-second videos, animations and HTML widgets.

BBC Top Gear magazine has been the United Kingdom’s best-selling car magazine since it launched twenty years ago. The television show of the same name has an estimated global audience of 350 million viewers in 170 countries. The venerable motoring franchise has evolved from a forum for evaluating test-driven cars into a multimillion-dollar global business that spans print, television, the Internet, merchandise and live events.

Simon Carrington, publisher of Top Gear, says, “Cars move and make noise and our audience expects our digital edition to reflect that interactivity. With Adobe Digital Publishing Suite we’re able to include dynamic, interactive content that car aficionados love as part of the overall digital edition experience.”

So far, the results have been impressive. Compared to the previous PDF replica version of the magazine, readers spend three times more time with the new digital issue. Downloads have also increased by 200%, while advertising revenue has risen by 130%, with users engaging with interactive ads for an average of 53 seconds.

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Immediate Media Co for BBC Worldwide: BBC Top Gear magazine Driving engagement

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Chantal Kolber, Director of Digital Advertising at Wolters Kluwer to Headline 2013 Seybold Going Digital Conference

We are excited to announce that Chantal Kolber, Director of Digital Advertising at Wolters Kluwer, will be headlining the 2013 Seybold Going Digital Conference in Philadelphia on Wednesday, December 4.

Wolters Kluwer Health is a leader in the medical journal transformation to digital. As a publisher of hundreds of journals for professionals in the medical, nursing, and allied health fields, the company has evolved its print and online journals with access to rich digital app editions of the journals published on the iPad using Adobe Digital Publishing Suite, Enterprise Edition.

This year’s Going Digital conference will focus on what is practical, achievable, and important in digital publishing. The day will be filled with solid news, views, information, and tools publishers need today (and tomorrow) to plan, create, implement, manage, and monitor successful digital publishing initiatives and projects.

Learn more and register for the conference:
2013 Seybold Going Digital Conference

Read the case study:
Wolters Kluwer Health: Medical journal transformation

Watch the video:
Wolters Kluwer: Transformation of a global medical publisher

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

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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.”

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

 

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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.

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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.

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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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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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