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Designing Your User Experience Strategy, Part 2

Designing Your User Experience Strategy, Part 2

Website accessibility is not a new topic. In fact, it’s been a factor since 2010 when the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) published standards that digital technology and information must be accessible to all people.

Sheridan Journal Services and the Scientific Publishing Community

Sheridan Journal Services and the Scientific Publishing Community

It’s no secret that Sheridan is dedicated to the scientific publishing community. This commitment is most strongly evidenced through Sheridan’s long-term and significant involvement with the Council of Science Editors (CSE). Through the years, Sheridan folks have held...
Designing Your User Experience Strategy: Part 1

Designing Your User Experience Strategy: Part 1

Your website platform should be available to every person on any device. The following are critical considerations in a “mobile-first” world for maximizing discoverability and accessibility when creating the optimal user experience for journeys across all of your digital content.

The Scarcity of Paper – Pulp (non)Fiction

The Scarcity of Paper – Pulp (non)Fiction

It’s no secret that the paper market is volatile; in fact, it has become increasingly unstable. Wood pulp costs continue to jump and impact paper prices. Mills have closed due to exorbitant raw material costs, among other factors.

Saddle or Perfect? Choosing the Right Magazine Binding

Saddle or Perfect? Choosing the Right Magazine Binding

The thickness of a publication determines whether or not the publisher has an option between saddle stitching the spine of their publication (typically three staples) or perfect binding (where the pages are trimmed and glued to the cover). Typically the spine of a...
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