Browse this desktop publishing firm guide and directory to learn about desktop publishing companies in the United States of America. The photo on this page depicts commercial desktop publishing equipment.
This desktop publishing firm page comprises information about desktop publishing careers in the United States of America plus a photo of desktop publishers discussing a graphic design project.
User-generated content is any content that is authored by a website user. Most social media sites contain some user-generated content, but social media sites that allow users to create entire pages of content are called user-generated content sites.
This printing and publishing directory lists a broad spectrum of printing and publishing solution providers that are located throughout the USA. The photo on this page shows a press run on an offset printer.
PackT Publishing specializes in publishing focused books on specific technologies and solutions. The website features news about new titles, a catalog of published works searchable by title or subject, some free titles, ordering information, a place to suggest another title, and more.
Movable Type, founded in 2001, is a publishing platform designed to meet the website content management needs of growing organizations and to serve as a social media platform for creating community-driven blogs and communities. The website contains information about the products they market, how to use them, ordering them, and a blog. There are also examples of sites that have been created.
Nature.com is the publisher of many journals including the popular title Nature, a prestigious journal that is one of the few that publishes articles in many scientific disciplines. The journals are available by subscription and can be accessed through the Nature.com website. There are also many articles available free that are accessed by a subject search.
Peachpit, a part of Pearson Education, has been publishing books on the latest in graphic design, desktop publishing, multimedia, web publishing, and general computing since 1986. On the website, users can find information about new and already published titles, read articles and blogs, search by subject for titles, and shop at the store.
Elsevierhealth.com is the gateway to the publisher's Health Sciences Publishing. Elsevier is a publisher of books and journals in dentistry, medicine, nursing, veterinary sciences, and allied medical fields. Searchable first by location and then by subject, the website provides information about all titles. There is also a shopping cart for purchases.
McGraw-Hill was founded in 1884 and remains a publishing company for education products such as textbooks and reference materials; financial services such as Standard & Poor; and information and media sources such as Business Week and for the aviation, energy, and construction industries. The website provides information about its products and how to order them online.
The Wiley publishing house actually began as a print shop in 1807. Wiley is an STM publisher, including books, journals, encyclopedias, and electronic resources. Professional trade books are published in the subjects of business, accounting, psychology, architecture, culinary arts,and general interest, among others. They are also a major publisher of textbooks for college students.
AdobePress is known for its high-quality books and is the official source for training materials for Adobe products. On the site, users can find out what titles have been published for each of the Adobe products. There is also a link to get information about writing and working for Adobe.
CUP is a department of Cambridge University in the UK. It is the oldest publisher in the world, operating since 1534, and also one of the largest. On the website, users can find a catalog of all their publications, searchable by subject. Also on the website are links to permissions and information about working for CUP.
A publisher of more than 20,000 products and services, including journals, books, electronic products and services, databases, and portals, serving the global STM communities. It is part of the larger company called Reed Elsevier.
Gannett is a diverse news, information and communications company that was founded in 1906 with the Elmira Gazette. Today it is the largest newspaper publisher in the U.S. and has approximately 7.2 million subscribers. Gannett has a large presence on the Internet with USATODAY.com as one of the most popular news sites on the web. The site has much more information including a list of publications.
Manuscript Central is a division of ScholarOne, a Thomson Business. It is a web-based, database-driven peer review and online submission application for scholarly publishers. The system reduces time to decision, eliminates paper distribution costs, decreases administrative overhead, and increases submissions. Over 170 publishers and societies are using this product. More details on the website.
The National Academies Press publishes the reports of The National Academy of Sciences, The National Academy of Engineering, the Institute of Medicine, and the National Research Council. More than 3000 books are available free line; many others may be purchased by PDF. Searchable by subject.
Random House, a division of Bertelsmann AG and originally founded in 1925, is a publisher of English language trade books. Their many imprints include Bantam, Doubleday, Dell, Knopf, Crown, and others. The website contains information about the company, lists of titles in print, and a shopping cart. Also news about books and events.
Reed Business is the business division of Reed Elsevier. It provides a range of communication and information channels--magazines, exhibitions, directories, online media, and marketing services. In the U.S., Reed publishes more than 80 business-to-business publications, over 55 websites, specialized directories, databases, market research, and much more.
Springer was originally founded in 1842 in Berlin. Today it is the second largest publishers of materials in the STM sector. Their 6 main subject areas are: science, medicine, business, technology, architecture, and transport. Its ebook collection numbers over 16,000 titles, and it publishes over 1700 journals. The website contains lists of the books it publishes, its backlist, and journals.
Thomson, headquartered in Connecticut, was formed by the merger of Thomson Newspapers, a UK firm, and International Thomson in 1989. Today it is a publisher of information and online sources in the fields of Finance, Healthcare, Law, Science, and Tax and Accounting. Users can search the website to find products in any of those fields and information about acquiring them.
EllisLab, founded in 2001, is a privately-owned company that produces publishing software and provides web-site hosting. Their first product, called pMachine Pro is available free on the website. Other products are ExpressionEngine, a management tool and Codelgniter for web developers.
FedEx began in 1913 as a customs broker in Niagara Falls, New York. Today FedEx is a worldwide network of companies providing customers and businesses with specialized services. The delivery branches are FedEx Express, FedEx Ground, and FedEx Freight for transporting mail and packages. The most recent addition to the FedEx companies is FedExKinko's, a copying and publishing service.
Medicinenet is an online, healthcare media publishing company. It provides in-depth, authoritative medical information. It was founded in 1996 and is located in San Clemente, California. On the website, users can find information about specific diseases and health conditions. There is a place to search for specific symptoms, and a search for procedures, tests, and medications.
Microsoft, located in Redmond, Washington, is a software computing company founded by Bill Gates. Microsoft's best selling products are the Microsoft Windows Operating System and Microsoft Office, which facilitates online publishing. Microsoft has other products such as the XBox. The website provides news and other information about the company.
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