Consumer magazine print circulations have been in freefall over the last few years, consistently being among the worst performing UK publishing sectors.
As a result, we’ve seen even mainstays of the medium, like the well-known and respected NME, trying radical new means of distribution.
Each Monday, we’ll take a look at the previous week and digifi.it!
At the digifi.it office, there’s definitely more than a few characters. Whether it’s the directors gathering everyone around for a David Brent-esque singalong, or the IT staff channeling the IT Crowd when they ask if you’ve “turned it off and on again.”
This Friday, find out which famous 9-5 sitcom character you are with our survey! Tweet us your results @digifi_it.
Adobe Flash was once the dominant, de-facto standard for creating rich media experiences – considered the only option to deliver animation, video and audio to large numbers of users. The downside to this arrangement was that Adobe would beg the end-user constantly for updates (which you would have hoped they wouldn’t need so urgently so often), as well as using up huge amounts of CPU, occasionally causing the browser or desktop to become unresponsive.