Online Digital Editions
Digitalpc offers outsourced production services enabling the
quick conversion of documents and publications to outstanding
From simple newsletters and company brochures to large
catalogues and books, we can deliver superb text and picture
quality, with rich media, animation, hosting and secure
Just call for an instant quote and check-out some of our
Take a look at this online edition for the best use of
rich media animation
Tablet and Mobile
Digitalpc has been developing mobile app solutions for
publishers since the iPhone emerged. Our iOS and Android app
platform PageLizard delivers nothing but
excellence. Check PageLizard magazines app on iTunes and Google Play to see some tablet
and mobile editions in action.
Every client's needs are different. We do not believe in
the 'one platform to fit all' approach to digital publishing. Each
service we provide for clients is bespoke and set up around their
needs and objectives. We provide best-practice advice as well as
solutions to all aspects of digital publishing from online
page-turners to archives and both native and web app editions. Read
a few case studies and give us a call to discuss how we can help
Are your magazines ready for the smaller
Seven-inch tablets currently occupy 32% of the market and
rising. Find out how text-view could make your magazine compatible
with any sized tablet.
Readers: Device to Go the Way of Dinosaurs?
Meanwhile e-book readers are in sharp decline. After
selling like hot cakes sales are down 36% and "heading the way of
the dionsaurs" according to new research.
Adobe has released an updated version of its social media platform allowing marketers to predict the effectiveness of posts before they are published.
E-skin, or is it E-wallpaper?
The University of California Berkley has created a flexible 16×16 pixel screen, dubbed “e-skin,” that lights up where it is touched.
Reading, not drowning
The New York Times has developed an app for Leap Motion, which launches this week, that lets users navigate between stories by moving their hand over the device.