Value-added Services - E-books/Apps/Digital publishing
As interactive print continues to improve, printing can be enhanced when it incorporates technologies such as QR code, Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality experiences.
Augmented Reality is a hot topic. Two weeks after IPG presented a live webinar on AR, scores of printers continue to listen to replays of the presentation to learn how to use AR to provide more value to customers and generate new revenue.
Learn how you can use augmented reality to provide more value to your customers and generate new revenue in the process.
Academic in-plants may produce a great deal of printed material, but printing isn’t all they do. Just ask Jason England, of Yale University, who says the mission of his in-plant is to “encompass more media than just print” - an objective that includes apps and epublications.
How are the “Big 4” tech companies — Amazon, Apple, Facebook, Google — setting the agenda for what happens in the publishing industry?
By producing e-publications, Yale Printing & Publishing Services is helping customers publish information in a sustainable way that is
According to numerous studies, reading print books can improve memory, concentration and may even make you physically more attractive.
When Alison Mudditt took over as the new director of the University of California Press a little over three years ago, after spending nearly a quarter-century working in the scholarly publishing space for commercial houses like Blackwell and Taylor & Francis, to say she had her work cut out for her would be a tragic understatement