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PUBLIC MARKS from gregg with tags ipad & software

January 2012

Meri Media

MERI Media is a new company with a new approach to digital publishing. Having developed a proprietary software system for publishing digital magazines, advertisements and catalogues on the iPad and other touch-screen devices, MERI Media's mission is to match this software development with strong creative direction that ensures high-impact, distinctive and efficient solutions across the junctures of e-commerce, contract publishing and advertising for brands and media organisations.

December 2011

Jux. Simply the best showcase for your content

by 1 other
Jux is the best showcase for you. Share your passion, your story, your morning meal with unprecedented ease and impact. Fullscreen on every screen. Desktop, iPad, iPhone (coming soon), and more.

September 2011


Experience the Art and Craft of Letterpress.

May 2011

Push Pop Press — About Us

by 1 other
Push Pop Press is a new digital publishing platform that's redefining the way we publish and experience books. Using Push Pop Press authors can weave together text, images, audio, video and interactive graphics into immersive multi-touch interactive books, without dealing with the complexities and costs normally involved in software development. Push Pop Press is currently in private beta being used to build more amazing titles.

February 2011

NoteTote for Mac OS X

Doing things on your computer remotely can be a chore. You shouldn’t have to deal with computer-nerd stuff like IP addresses and SSH just to get that neat video onto your computer when your friend tells you about it at the bar.

OnSwipe - Insanely Easy Tablet Publishing

WHAT IS ONSWIPE? OnSwipe is a platform that makes it insanely easy for publishers of all sizes to make their content and advertising a beautiful experience on touch-enabled devices via Web browser.

November 2010


by 3 others
In February 2009, Jim McKelvey wasn’t able to sell a piece of his glass art because he couldn’t accept a credit card as payment. Even though a majority of payments has moved to plastic cards, accepting payments from cards is still difficult, requiring long applications, expensive hardware, and an overly complex experience. Square was born a few days later right next to the old San Francisco US Mint. Today the Square team is focused on bringing immediacy, transparency, and approachability to the world of payments: an inherently social interaction each of us participates in daily. We’re starting with a limited beta and rolling out to everyone in early 2010.

October 2010

LukeW | Touch Gesture Reference Guide

by 3 others
The Touch Gesture Reference Guide is a unique set of resources for software designers and developers working on touch-based user interfaces.