The February 2013 issue is the first print magazine in the country to be available online. Readers can click on the front cover on this page of the website, or go to australianprinter.realviewdigital.com to see the online version.
It is available to view on all major online platforms, including Mac, PC, Android, iPad, iPhone. Keener readers may also want to download the entire magazine to their desktop – and take it with them, wherever they go.
Brian Moore, publisher of Australian Printer says, “Australian Printer has been the leading print business title for the past 63 years, a position it has maintained through constant innovation. This latest move, to complement our core print platform means that readers will now be able to access the nation’s best read print title anywhere at any time on any device. It also means they will have a content rich media, with embedded videos and the like.”
Among the features in the February issue of Australian Printer is the cover story on the benefits that trade printer CMYKhub is receiving form using a Kodak digital workflow. The monthly Buyers’ Guide highlights wide format printing, while print scientist Rod Urquhart looks at the major contribution Australian innovators have made to the development of printing. There is a Preview of the upcoming PacPrint exhibition. There are contributions from green print lobbyist Kellie Northwood who demolishes one of the anti-print myths, as well as features from two new contributors Dave Fellman on sales and Gareth Ward on the rise of China.
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