Discovery of the Day: ScrollMotion

A successful digital reading experience does not simply deliver print content via an electronic screen.  Instead, it utilizes the interactive cabilities of technology to enhance the printed content and create a better reading experience.

For Scroll Motion, a leading developer of mobile apps, this theory is a core business goal.  The company develops apps that enhance the content of printed books, magazines, and other publications. Scroll Motion has developed over 11,000 apps for the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad, and it has worked with some of the biggest names in publishing: Hearst, Random House, Houghton Mifflin, Simon and Schuster.  It’s also working with educational publishing companies like Houghton Mifflin to improve students’ experiences with the content they study in text books.

Here’s a video of Josh Koppel, the founder of ScrollMotion, demonstrating a new iPad app the company recently developed for Esquire.

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About Andrew Lewellen
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