We’re big fans of the artist Rob Ryan at TLP towers and his gorgeous shop Ryantown is just a few… Read more »
Magazine Articles: digital
Dear Reader: How are you reading these words? On which device? Through which interface? Can you read the source code… Read more »
With so much great publicity for its amazing new flagship Charing Cross Road store, Foyles booksellers’ innovative in-store digital shopping… Read more »
Transforming Around the World in Eighty Days into an interactive story Meg Jayanth is the writer of 80 Days –… Read more »
The Digital Context Most discourses about the survival of print, or the struggle of print against digital, derive from a simplistic… Read more »
Ruth Green’s Noisy Neighbours finds its way onto iPad and iPhone courtesy of the Tate Gallery and developers Aimer Media…. Read more »
Chris Meade presents an hour long show that forms part of ‘What Didn’t Quite’, a transmedianovel-in-progress, with songs composed by… Read more »
IC tomorrow has £100k in funding for innovation in entertainment on the move across music, books, magazines and interactive entertainment and games.
I first started working with ‘enhanced ebooks’, whatever it really means, back in 2007. It was a more innocent time…. Read more »
This article is a version of an longer essay entitled ‘The Birth of the Book Trailer in the Twenty-First Century… Read more »
An app for students and fans of American novella Of Mice and Men is launched today by Mammoth Graphics. It… Read more »
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