Publishers have been publishing web content and digital magazines of some sort for over a decade now. What's new, and often challenging for publishers to integrate into their production cycles, is creating web- and mobile- optimized content for a growing variety of platforms.
As the big dog of desktop publishing in the '80s and '90s, QuarkXPress was synonymous with professional publishing. In fact, it was publishing. But its hurried and steady decline is one of the greatest business failures in modern tech. Quark's demise is truly the stuff of legend. In fact, the story reads like the fall of any empire: failed battles, growing discontent among the overtaxed masses, hungry and energized foes, hubris, greed, and... uh, CMYK PDFs.
Source: Quark Inc. The increase can be attributed to success in digital publishing, notably through sales of QuarkXPress and Quark App Studio. Recommend Twitter Share Print Related Content Resources Quark announced that in the first quarter of 2012 the company generated an increase in overall revenue year-over-year. The increase can be attributed to success in digital publishing, notably through sales of QuarkXPress and Quark App Studio. The ease of transitioning to digital design and an accessible pricing structure are driving commercial, enterprise, and media publishers to choose Quark solutions to create magazines, newspapers, catalogues, financial reports, product guides, manuals,
Quark and The Digital Magazine Awards 2011 are delighted to announce WIRED UK as Magazine of the Year. WIRED was awarded Magazine of the Year after winning in the Technology and Gadget category and with editor David Rowan winning Editor of the Year 2011.
Managing Editor Inc. collaborated with Reader's Digest as the world's largest paid-circulation magazine created its first iPad issue
Enfocus introduces Switch 09 Update 2, an upgrade of its popular Switch automation software suite.
[...] we weren't sure what to expect this year, but we felt that it was more important than ever for us to hold this event-to provide strategic and tactical guidance for publishers, to show them what technology and solutions are available to them to help them cut costs and improve their businesses, and to provide a forum for them to share their challenges and ideas with their peers in the industry, says Noelle Skodzinski, editor-in-chief of Publishing Executive and Book Business, and the conference director. Tuesday's highlights included a poignant keynote panel debating the implications of the Google Book Search settlement for book publishers, and a high-level panel discussion centered on steering magazine publishing companies through the transformative shifts in the media industry. The event also included a two-day expo which hosted more than 70 of the industry’s top technology and service providers including Atex, Datatrax, Follett Digital Resources, Foster Printing Service, SendMyAd.com, Content Data Solutions, Managing Editor Inc., Hewlett-Packard, Nstein, InfoPrint Solutions, Texterity, Blue Toad, Quark, Publishers Press, Democrat Printing, Quebecor World, WoodWing Solutions, Cascades Fine Paper and many more. About Publishing Business Conference & Expo The Publishing Business Conference & Expo is produced by North American Publishing Co. (NAPCO), publisher of Publishing Executive, Book Business, Target Marketing, Catalog Success, In-Plant Graphics, Printing Impressions, and other leading trade periodicals.