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Wed, 17 May 2017

Crafts magazine launches new digital platform.

LONDON 17th May 2017

Crafts, the official magazine of the Crafts Council, has announced a groundbreaking re-launch of the bi-monthly publication’s digital offering.

For more than 40 years Crafts has provided subscribers with a comprehensive and richly illustrated showcase of contemporary craft, including the latest news, reviews and outstanding photography from the crafts world. To compliment this fantastic longstanding print offering, the historic magazine has partnered with digital publishing experts Exact Editions to comprehensively overhaul the digital offering for Craft’s subscribers.

This digital re-launch ensures that every subscriber whether purchased in print or online, now has access to the recently developed digital archive of back issues, with over 20,000 pages of in depth features and stunning photography. As part of the seamless migration of users onto this new digital service, subscribers can take advantage of the state of the art branded iOS app, as well as web and Android platforms. Subscribers, whether print or digital, institution or individual can browse and search the complete archive from the first published issue in 1973, on any digital platform.

Download the new Crafts app from the App Store here:

appstore.com/crafts

Grant Gibson, Editor of Crafts said about the digital launch:

“Crafts are delighted to be able to offer our subscribers a digital platform that matches quality that they have come to expect as subscribers to the print edition. The digital app and archive does excellent service to the high level of content and the treasured design of Crafts."

Daryl Rayner, Managing Director of Exact Editions said:

“Crafts, looks outstanding on the iPad with its own branded app. We are delighted to be able to work with Crafts so that subscribers have access to such a rich resource in the full digital archive. I am sure that it will be a hit with current and future subscribers, individuals and institutions alike."


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