Adobe Digital Publishing Suite Introduction (2 Days £1,190, Plus VAT)
Adobe’s Digital Publishing suite has long offered a way for brands to publish content on tablets, but on Wednesday the company introduced a new generation of the software tweaked specifically to put such capabilities in the hands of ordinary business users. To be clear, innovative digital publishing will require scholarly authors to roll up our sleeves and dig our hands deeper into the web, particularly with easy-to-learn, open-source tools, including WordPress plugins such as CommentPress and PressBooks But the key principle is to collaborate with other academics, librarians, technologists, and editors, rather than fall into our traditional practices as solo authors of individual monographs.
To make things as speedy as possible you will need to apply up for an Apple Developer account as soon as possible (for an individual this can be instant, but a business application can take up to two weeks) and organise your branding elements (fonts, images, logo etc) to be sent to us. Don’t worry, we’ve got fact sheets to take you through these steps!
With DPS 2015, Adobe have developed a powerful tool for publishers, brands and agencies to create brand new content-based apps with individual articles, new revenue opportunities, custom issues, unique collections of articles, and more – all within a more engaging experience, encouraging higher engagement, increased user loyalty and a deeper brand connection.
In the same way that Google and others provide this kind of intelligence, Klopotek PPM (Product Planning and Management system) can use past sales, returns and profitability performance to apply Bayesian theory to accurately predict the future sales in the respective e-book channels, digital distribution channels, POD (Print on demand) and traditional print channels.
In the public mind ideas like copyright are arcane and fuzzy; legislation like the DMCA mostly unknown and esoteric; and furthermore, there’s a feeling that somehow books are different from ephemeral entertainment products like the movies and music that are the subject of so many current lawsuits.
The organizational changes reflect LAKANA’s strategy to attract proven technology leaders to oversee its growing business while strengthening its commitment to offering customers innovative technology and fully scalable multi-platform digital solutions that deliver enhanced content creation, management and monetization capabilities.