DigiGlyph works with bloggers, authors and different kinds of creative people to develop a technology for building interactive, media-rich content-based apps without advanced computer skills.
We feel that our tools and the apps they produce have the potential to be a new medium of storytelling: one that is interactive, allowing the reader to take part in the experience; and one that is multi-sensory, allowing the author to tell their story with more than just words.
DigiGlyph was founded in June 2010 by Matt Fields, Eugene Savchenko and Puneet Mulchandani on the belief that technology is not only the key to driving the next generation of digital content products and experiences, but also the solution to easy and cost-effective publishing.
Since then, we’ve experimented with several prototypes: audio books, interactive apps, multi-sensory apps, and socially collaborative stories, across many mediums: Kindle, Nook, Android, iPhone, iPad and the Web. Through this process, we’ve developed the technology to make us efficient at delivering rich content experiences across different platforms.
Starting May 2011, we began working directly with authors, bloggers and indie artists to publish their works.