Articles Tagged ‘Online Content’

Publishing, 40,000 BC – 2011

Published by Gina Wentling

This fascinating infographic from Finvy.com highlights changes in publishing across history. Notice all the changes in just the past 30 years. Can you imagine what the next 30 hold? Is

What Powell’s City of Books Can Teach Us About Digital Publishing, Part 2

Published by Gina Wentling

Last week, I recounted my visit to Powell’s City of Books in Portland, Oregon, comparing the organization of the bookstore to the faceted search options available on some digital publishing

Biggest Mistake Associations Will Make in 2013: Postponing Mobile Strategy Development

The adoption rate of smartphones and tablets is not slowing down. In fact, nearly half of American adults own a smartphone, and the number of tablet owners has doubled since

The Importance of Responsive Design in Digital Publishing

Published by John Eisele on January 11th, 2013

What is Responsive Web Design and Why is it Important?

One of the hottest topics when it comes to web development and digital publishing  is responsive design. In a recent

3 Requirements for Delivering Quality Association Content to Members

Published by Sara Olbrantz on December 28th, 2012

It is the end of 2012, and just as every year, there are thousands of “Top 10” posts: “Top 10 Trends of 2012,” “Top 10 Events of 2012,” “Top 10

Omnipress Introduces Mobile Event Apps at ASAE Technology Conference & Expo

Published by Sara Olbrantz on November 30th, 2012

Did you know 80% of organizations that hold meetings and events plan to provide attendees a mobile event app in the next two years?

The mobile storm has been brewing

4 Ways Delivering Conference Content is Changing

Published by Steve Manicor on November 12th, 2012

Organizations have talked about going “paperless” for more than a quarter century. Yet, for all the talk, there was little actual movement in that direction.

The year 2012 appears to