13 September 2016
IGP:Document Designer gets major new features and changes book template production.
IGP:Document Designer now has a Design Library. This means any number of document CSS designs can be stored and used on any IGP:Digital Publisher book or document at any time.
The Design Library dramatically simplifies new book and document design methods and flip the template methodology in IGP:Digital Publisher.
The IGP:Digital Publisher template model was first conceived in 2007 and has stood the test of time, but CSS has marched forward and become a content presentation powerhouse for print, ePub3, online content and other packages.
The rock-solid IGP:FoundationXHTML strategy has proven itself once again with the radical tools power-up.
This is true for trade publishing and academic content. It also works powerfully for education content that needs to be delivered in print, e-Books and as interactive Digital Library content.
Here are the tools:
We live in a fast changing world. IGP:Digital Publisher was released with the XHTML first strategy in 2007. For nearly a decade IGP:Digital Publisher has been the digital production reference tool for trade and academic books. In the last few years it has moved forward and been the preferred content tool for major Government organizations and enterprises. Most importantly for the world the new multi-lingual, interactive education content production features have unleashed new learning paradigms. There is a lot more to come.
This power and adaptability is all based on the rock-solid IGP:FoundationXHTML base, plus a development team saturated in digital content processing expertise.
It is not just what you do that matters. It's how you do it that really makes the differences in productivity, quality, innovation and a digital content anything future.
Don't hesitate to contact us for a demonstration of the power of infinite, instantly customizable book and document designs.
Posted by Richard Pipe
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