“Recently”: A popular new iPhone photo app exemplifies the social value of print and paper
(Washington DC, USA, Sept. 12, 2016) Phil Riebel of Two Sides interviewed Scott Valins, young entrepreneur and founder of “Recently”
In case you are not up to speed on the latest iPhone apps — here is one that really piqued my interest! It’s called “Recently” and it automatically creates a high quality printed magazine with the most recent photos taken with an iPhone…and mails it to you! Check it out at: http://www.getrecently.com
Two Sides: In this increasingly digital society how do you view the benefits of print and paper, and how your customers are reacting to it?
Valins: Paper, and the process of viewing photography on paper is innately human. The way a person interacts with the printed page is beautifully complex and wonderfully expressive compared to a person viewing photos on a screen. It integrates the senses, prompts creative thought and begs for exploration. Our customers are loving it, as are we. The need for paper and printed content are just as essential now, if not more, then when they were the only form of visual communication.
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