Condè Nast International title creates multi-channel workflow to print and tablet with vjoon K4 and Adobe DPS
Congratulations go to Vogue China on the successful publication of the first print and tablet editions produced using the vjoon K4® Cross-Media Publishing Platform. MEI Support Specialists managed the entire engagement, including system installation and configuration, user training, and coordination of technical support. With K4 successfully in use at Vogue, Condè Nast China plans to bring other publications into the system to produce their print editions and their tablet content using the Adobe® Digital Publishing Suite™ (DPS).
The K4 installation is part of an agreement between MEI and Condé Nast International (CNI) that allows its publications, including Vogue China, to adopt the powerful cross-media workflow-management system.
The K4 system manages Adobe InDesign® and InCopy workflows for publishing group users, and automates print production as well as outputs to other channels like tablet and mobile using its integration with Adobe DPS.
Condé Nast’s U.S. publishing group has been using K4 across more than 20 publications since 2004, when the company moved to InDesign. In 2011, Condé Nast UK began looking for software that would allow it to maintain an efficient, managed cross-media workflow that aligned with the U.S. group’s practices in a similar way. After a six-month assessment across all markets, CNI chose K4 and MEI’s professional services as their workflow solution.
Download the app on the iTunes App Store here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/vogue-fu-shi-yu-mei-rong/id458028886?mt=8