From editing to design
From editing, acquisition and database management to design, desktop publishing, print, pre-postal processing and distribution. The development of a magazine is quite an undertaking. But it doesn’t stop there. You might also want to your magazine to have its own website to take advantage of the extra possibilities the Internet has to offer. ContentXperience has the expertise in house to provide all of these disciplines, enabling us to handle the entire process of producing your (trade) magazine.Contact us
Experience in magazine production
ContentXperience has years of experience creating content for a wide range of different magazines, specials, customer magazines, and trade magazines. We have set up the following magazines (among others): THINQ Magazine, a cross-mediatrade magazine in the ICT-world, and IBM INSPIRE beyond today’s technology, a glossy magazine for IBM.
Examples of online magazines
What do you use them for?
There is plenty of experimenting going on with online magazines: from browsablePDFs and native apps to responsive HTML and everything in between. For desktops, tablets and even smartphones. The content, functionality and user-friendliness of the magazines arevery diverse. Frankwatching has a look at a number of interesting examples in this blog.
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