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Almost all digital texts are presented regulating web technology. And web record doesn’t cut it, when compared to printed books.

Aarhus, Denmark (PRWEB) Mar 17, 2015

From a credentials in Bible pattern and typography, 2K/Denmark is operative to urge how we review on a digital mobile platforms.

“Almost all digital texts are presented regulating web technology. And web record doesn’t cut it, when compared to printed books,” commented Thomas Silkjær, partner in 2K/Denmark. “Typography plays a vital partial in how we understand a texts we read. And we are assured that usually high peculiarity shade typography can contest with a printed book.”

Digital book offers mobility, strech and volume, though not an aesthetically appreciative reading experiences. 2K/Denmark hopes to change that by a growth of a cross-platform content blueprint engine.

Development of a content blueprint engine is already in a explanation of judgment stage, using on iOS and Android, and 2K/Denmark are now relocating to find appropriation from a masses on Kickstarter.

“We are already book a Bible reading app on iOS – stability this growth as a initial plan with a new content blueprint engine was a healthy decision. But we have skeleton to enter new markets in team-work with meddlesome publishers,” commented Thomas Silkjær.

The purpose of a subsequent era of a app, BibleOn, is to let people rivet with a content of a Bible, for free, on their smartphone or inscription device, in a same high peculiarity as any printed edition, though with a digital advantages of modernized full content search, commenting, highlighting, mixing materials, adding illustrations and customizing a coming to fit a needs of a reader.

For some-more information or media inquiries, hit Thomas Silkjær during +45 5190 7451, +45 8740 8000 or thomas(at)2kdenmark(dot)com.

About 2K/Denmark

2K/Denmark was founded in 1987 as 2Krogh, a striking pattern startup that took a name from a dual founders Liv and Klaus Krogh. The name was altered to 2K/Denmark in and with their 25th anniversary celebrations in 2012. 2K/Denmark are designers, incited typesetters, incited program developers, delivering usually high peculiarity formula in a operation of services, both digitally and in printed media.

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