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Turning digital into long-lasting memories

A company which celebrates the traditional medium of print by utilising the ever-expanding platform of social media, has added a new feature to its offering.

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The app allows uses print to take digital into long-lasting memories

Through the TouchNote app, users can create physical long-lasting messages, cards and postcards in the style of Instagram stories – which disappear at the end of each day.

With the addition of text stickers, Instagram users spend long amounts of time curating their stories, combining images with text and graphics and emojis.

The new addition to TouchNote allows users to do just this, but in the form of something they can keep and treasure.

TouchNote describes itself as “a creative platform for personal communication reinvented for the digital era”.

As far as we are aware, this is the first ‘Instagram stories’ style functionality that is designed for physical output, bringing social engagement into the real world

According to the firm, the ‘real-world’ artwork is proving a big hit with existing customers and is also attracting new users to the app who want to preserve their creative works of art.

Jesse Boyce, creative director of the firm, comments: “People put a lot of effort into their Instagram Stories, taking time to write, design, size, colour, position and angle text over their photos and videos – only for them to disappear 24-hours later. As far as we are aware, this is the first ‘Instagram stories’ style functionality that is designed for physical output, bringing social engagement into the real world.

“So now all that effort you put into your Instagram stories can last years rather than days, and you can send them directly to someone you care about to treasure on their fridge or mantlepiece. Memories are kept to be cherished rather than just being swiped past and forgotten about.”

If you have any news, please email carys@linkpublishing.co.uk or join in with the conversation on Twitter and LinkedIn.


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