Readymag is a web-based publishing platform that people can use to design their own microsites, online magazines, and photo stories. Because no coding is required, users can focus 100% of their energies on developing a product that’s as stylish and customized as they want.
The entire magazine design process on Readymag happens within your browser. That’s where you’ll be prompted to drag and drop various images, text, videos, and other pieces of content into place on your screen. Readymag gives you complete control over how your magazine will look. Even when you use a template, you’re still able to change the fonts, colors, and design until the aesthetic of the page matches what you were going for. Readymag has more than 1,500 web fonts to choose from. Each type of content has its own interactive widget. To add an audio file, for example, just drag the audio widget onto your page. The same goes for a picture, video, slideshow, or iFrame. When your magazine is ready to go, click “Publish.” All at once, your website will be viewable across the web.
Cross-platform compatibility ensures that your magazine is just as easy to view and navigate on a smartphone as it is a desktop PC. Readymag also makes it easy to create custom domains, either for one of your magazines or for your profile page specifically.
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