The Valparaiso University College of Engineering is pleased to announce the release of a new digital magazine for the iPhone, iPad, and Android. The app was designed by Valparaiso University graduates Cameron Banga and Michael Phelps, co-founders of 9magnets LLC.
Designed to be an attractive way to keep in touch with current students, faculty, alumni, and friends of the university, the application is a flexible and friendly way to present in-depth stories, exciting videos, and beautiful photo galleries.
The Valparaiso University College of Engineering Magazine app was created with mobility in mind, allowing for a full reading experience when both connected and not connected to WiFi or 3G internet.
"We are really excited about the release of the Valparaiso University College of Engineering Magazine app. Prospective students, current students, and alumni will now have a great tool to learn about all the exciting accomplishments of the College of Engineering students and faculty," said Valparaiso University Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering Scott Duncan.
With beautiful graphical design and an intuitive interface, the application is a must have for individuals looking to keep up with the university and the college of engineering, and a wonderful leap forward for digital media design on mobile devices.
"Few digital publications offer the detail, functionality, and flexibility that we've been able to present here with the Valparaiso University College of Engineering application," said Cameron Banga. "This truly is at the forefront of digital design for mobile devices and we're honored to help bring this to life."
The Valparaiso University College of Engineering Magazine app is available for free on the Itunes App Store and Google Play. Further information about the application is available Online.