Toronto Star is on a Daylife-fueled tear. They’re one of the first clients to put our new Publisher Suite to work, adding instant-on coverage timelines and photo galleries to their site. That’s on top of their recently-launched, topical Themes sections, each one so thoroughly media-packed that you could lose an afternoon clicking around any given one.
Now they’re about to launch a touch gallery, built on the Suite and broadcast to the world via a QR code they’ll put in the July 22 edition of the paper.
Here’s the code:
And here’s the (non-touch) gallery itself.
I’m sure it’s obvious that we’re a little bit in love with the folks at Toronto Star. They’re great clients who are putting the Publisher Suite to serious work, doing the kind of no-risk experimentation with media that the Suite was built for (drop an app onto a page, see how it performs – no development, user tests, mockups, traffic models, etc. Don’t like the results? Try another one just as easily).
That eagerness to experiment helps us rapidly develop the Suite to meet their needs and those of any publisher who wants on-demand features and media from the cloud.