Adobe Digital Publishing Suite (DPS) really gets me. It knows that I want to take my words and images and share them with the world, but I don’t want to be bogged down with coding. The Experiential Marketing Summit is about using live experiences to amplify reach, convert customers, and drive sales.” It’s the world’s largest conference on experiential marketing, bringing more than 1,500 leading marketers together for more than 80 sessions taught by over 40 brand-side marketers hailing from companies like YouTube, Target, Under Armour, Bacardi, and more.
In order to provide just a glimpse of the complex history of rich media and to extend the definition sketched above, I’ll briefly discuss some technologies, ideas, and particular moments that contributed to the development of such notion in the field of digital publishing.
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With digital publishing platforms becoming increasingly popular, journalists are increasingly expected to be able to do everything from writing a story for print through to interviewing people on camera, which makes for a no two days are the same” job that can be very exciting.
Because of this increased complexity, I think that digital publishing tends to support more collaborative work that brings together experts in designing and writing through different media — and as such collaborative work becomes commonplace, perhaps it can be appropriately valued in those fields and disciplines that still operate on the fiction that knowledge making is a solitary, individual endeavor.
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