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The world might be going digital, but the power of slick, beautiful magazine design is still a heavy influencer. Now a new service Zeen, a creation by YouTube founders Chad Hurley and Steve Chen, promises to give users a way to, “discover and create beautiful magazines efficiently.”

Zeen Blog

The time has come to pull back the curtains on Zeen!  Today we’re opening up the site so anyone can come poke around to see what we’ve been building.

Although the site is now open for all to see, we’ll continue to limit the number of folks who can create Zeens as we scale our infrastructure and continue testing.  If you’d like to be able to create your own Zeen, go ahead and request an invite today and we’ll get you on board as soon as we can.

New features will be added rapidly as the Zeen Beta continues. During this product development phase, user feedback is appreciated.  We’ve already begun incorporating suggestions from Beta users into the product, with more to come… so please share any and all feedback, including bugs you happen to come across, by clicking the blue “feedback” button found on the site.

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