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WoodWing and Aysling Present iPad and Tablet Workshop Series

Friday, August 26, 2011

Press release from the issuing company

Learn what it takes to Design, Create and Distribute a tablet app.

Ann Arbor, Mich., – WoodWing and Aysling Digital Media Solutions present The iPad/Tablet Workshop Series, designed to help Publishers, Corporations and Agencies initiate or enhance their iPad and Tablet applications.

"Tablets are already firmly established as an integral part in the multi-channel publishing concert. Publishers any kind and size cannot afford to miss the business opportunities offered by this new device category," says Shawn Duffy, Managing Director of WoodWing USA. "In the tablet workshops we carry out together with our longtime partner Aysling Digital Media Solutions, we provide publishers, companies and agencies with the knowledge to tap this new channel."

"Typically, we find clients in one of two stages - developing a strategy or trying to support an existing iPad/Tablet app," states Patrick Becker, President at Aysling Digital Media Solutions. "Our workshop series defines and provides clarity to a wide range of topics and common issues regarding the tablet markets."

There are three series of events.

Series A - OVERVIEW: (Free - Webinar): This 30 minute introduction gets you started in understanding what the iPad and Tablet market is about.  We will walk you through some basic concepts regarding terms, design, production, and distribution challenges to help you better prepare for Design & Production.

(Free - Webinar): This 60 minute presentation takes you deeper into the design, production, and distribution aspects of an iPad app.

Series C - iPad WORKSHOP: (In Class): Our two-day session gives you intense, hands-on experience, and guides you through the development of an iPad app.  A working knowledge of digital design and layout is required.  In addition, we recommend you have a concept design for your iPad app, including Table of Content (TOC), files (graphics, video, etc.) and text/copy to use when building your iPad app.

To learn more and register for the events please visit www.aysling.com/iPad_Tablet_Workshop_Series


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