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Case Study: The American Society of Hematology (ASH) has published Blood, the most-cited, peer review journal in its field, since 1946.
Case Study: As the European Respiratory Society grew and lower-cost membership categories were added, ERS needed a more sustainable approach to offer this member benefit and promote its book program.
Case Study: When McGraw-Hill Education planned its first data visualization tool for engineering education, they asked HighWire for bespoke development.
The publisher of a leading, multi-disciplinary science publication wanted to evaluate the representation and impact of articles within and across the many fields in its journal. The publisher always looks at citation averages within specific fields because citation behavior differs by discipline.
The Journal of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law (JAAPL) has published on the HighWire platform since 2005. Last redesigned in 2011, the journal site was due to be refreshed to better fit the society’s aspirations. Time, budget, and manpower pressures meant that updating the journal site was held at the planning stages
In 2016, the American Diabetes Association (ADA) decided to undertake a holistic redesign of their content platform after years of making incremental changes on HighWire’s H20 platform. The Association wanted to give advertisers the view-ability they required, provide a streamlined, simple reader experience, and respond to the increasing demand for access on mobile and tablet devices.
After successfully publishing the American Journal of Enology and Viticulture (AJEV) for over 50 years, the American Society for Enology and Viticulture (ASEV) recognized that there was a need for a new journal to serve the people who apply the research and science outside of academia in the wine industry. Having worked with HighWire on AJEV, the society decided to continue their successful partnership to launch their new journal, Catalyst: Discovery into Practice, on the JCore platform.