As technology advances, it will continue to reshape the digital publishing industry and the way in which we consume content. Mobile is now the platform of choice, with the number of people consuming content on mobile devices continuing to rise. In order to successfully compete in the industry, publishing strategy needs to focus on a… Read more »
Liquid State co-founder Philip Andrews recently took to the stage at AIMIA’s 2015 iteration of The Future of Digital Publishing. There, he spoke about content syndication, segmentation and self-curation.
Amidst the statements of ‘newspapers are dead’ comes an article from Vanity Fair’s Michael Kinsley, who believes that the newspaper will live on forever. He says there will always be a demand for high-quality news – enough at least to allow for the survival of the newspaper in a digital age.
The constant decline in advertising revenue for magazine publishers is a worrying statistic that has not only seen the closure of iconic titles and long standing businesses, but also the departure of friends from the industry.
As the title suggests, people love books. Not all people, mind you, but the people who do buy books, really love them. So when surprise was expressed at the results of a survey that suggest people aren’t giving up print books any time soon, I was surprised. What’s so strange about that?
It’s been a long time since I was this excited about the release of a book. It’s not just that it’s an iPad app. And it’s not even that I wrote it (although that is a bonus). It’s because Photoshop Elements (PSE) for Photographers by Focal Press was created entirely using our new Page Designer.
Phil’s interview with Digital Brisbane on how to do business in the digital age.
Technology is now so ubiquitous – especially amongst Gen Y – that tablets and education coming together is inevitable.
As I and so many others have said before, the publishing industry has been offered a way of remaining relevant in an increasingly technological society, in the form of mobile publishing.