In the early iPad years, I produced many digital editions for magazines using Adobe DPS. Starting at The New Yorker for the launch of their first iPad edition, I worked with pre-release versions of the software (often having to troubleshoot with incomplete documentation) to create interactive graphics and fine-tuned workflows to efficiently ship 47 issues a year. My role included tracking story statuses, flowing final text, creating interactive graphics, inserting in-story ads, and exporting the final files for upload.
I continued to work on the digital editions of different brands, following technical best practices as well as individual design systems and helping improve production efficiencies. Below is a sampling of stories that I worked on across several of those titles.
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