As more and more businesses look to iOS apps as a way to communicate with their customers, a question we're asked very frequently during our work with Mag+ is this: having prepared an app and its content, how can it be shared with employees and customers - but not the world at large? There are, however, three potential options that we are aware of, and in this article we explain how they work.
In 2014 we were asked to build an online system, from the ground up, to sell and manage entries for the BJP's International Photography Awards - a prestigious competition where photographers around the world enter series of photographs in the hope of winning a gallery show in London and a place in the British Journal of Photography. By the time we closed it down, around 5,000 images had been received, and our server was feeling the strain.
We're now pleased to pass on the news that our former colleagues at Apptitude have now completed a rebrand, and are now known as 1854 Media - 1854 being the year the British Journal of Photography was first published. And we're equally happy to announce that MN Digital has assisted with the launch of the company's new website at 1854.media.
One of the most common uses for a Mag+ Designd Multi Pro app is to distribute documents within a company. But what if you want to do so while securely controlling who can see which documents? In this how-to guide we'll show a simple way to control access to documents within an app using the tools in Mag+ Publish and our Appthenticate system for app authentication.
If you pass through a train station or shopping centre this month, there's a good chance you'll see something unusual on the screens that usually display advertising. Portrait of Britain, a collaboration between British Journal of Photography and JCDecaux, is showing 100 portraits on screens across the country - and we're proud to say that we were involved in the early stages of the project.