FEATURED STORY 3 Fast, Simple, and Powerful Ways to Boost Employee Productivity

By The Team at Inkling on February 13, 2020

Given the importance of employee productivity, is it really any surprise that companies are searching for ways to boost it? Well, look no further: We believe it can be as easy as 1-2-3. Read More

Raising the Bar with Inkling’s Textbook Features

By Matt MacInnis on June 6, 2011

Last week, I had the privilege of sharing Inkling with a few hundred forward-thinking technology journalists, enthusiasts, and CEOs at The Wall Street Journal's AllThingsD conference. That day we also shipped our fifth ...

Digitizing the Publishing Industry

By Matt MacInnis on March 23, 2011

Since starting Inkling, we've believed in the value of working with existing publishers to build the world's best learning content. Building something as complex as Inkling is enough for one company to chew ...

The Art of Content Engineering

By wpengine on March 22, 2011

Software engineering is important to virtually every part of Inkling's business, not just for building our iPad software, but for creating powerful business intelligence tools, managing the engineering infrastructure itself, and helping us scale our ...

An Insider Look at the Inkling Platform

By wpengine on March 8, 2011

When asked about Inkling, I naturally begin with our iPad app and the content we offer. After all, it's the easiest way to show the innovation around learning content and how people collaborate within the ...

How Inkling Improves Education Accessibility

By Matt MacInnis on February 8, 2011

Inkling is a very young product, but with just five months under its belt, it has grown up quickly. Our content continues to expand, making it ever more useful to students. And while we've got ...

Extra Credit: Time Away From Work to Build Something Awesome

By Matt MacInnis on December 13, 2010

When you put smart people in a room and cut them loose with time, resources and some direction, they generally create amazing things on their own. They don't require management. They don't require specifications and ...