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. It is well aware that audiences are now empowered to choose what content they read, and how they want that content delivered, so it make sure that I can create my apps for use on iPads, tablets, iPhones, and Android Smart Phones.
It also knows that, above all, my images must be crisp and that I sometimes like to link them to other stories or pages and, from time to time, I find embedding background music sets the tone for an overall creative effect.
I am also infatuated with Adobe DPS’ exquisite work and that it plays no favorites, because it will be judged equally across all designs. And, I love the company it keeps – Rolling Stone magazine, Allure, Reader’s Digest and Martha Stewart Living. According to Adobe, over 50 percent of digital publications are built in DPS and that number continues to grow.
In March of last year McPheters & Company released their iMonitor™ List of Best Magazine Apps for iPad, based on “design, functionality, and use of rich media content.” Fourteen of the top 20 apps were created in Adobe DPS.
What are you waiting for? Go build your app.
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