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The aim of the study is to understand the competence of digital content design for digital publishing editors. The study used document analysis first and then followed by in-depth interviews and evaluations with experts secondly, to explore the required competence of digital content designs for digital publishing editors. The study collected and analyzed various literatures and documents in competences required in digital content designs and publishing. Digital publishing experts who were top executives of their respective companies in Taiwan were invited and participated in this study 11 and 8 were attended meeting respectively as to provide their opinions and assessments on competence considered essential for digital publishing editors in digital content designs. The study resulted in six key functional elements such as design contents and platforms based on user-interface principles, processing final productions based on different publishing formats and specifications, etc. Further, a total of 40 performance criteria were also derived from this study, to name a few: designing suitable reading interfaces; planning layouts depending on the interfaces; capable of using editing software; using of digitized features; producing sound and images and editing of multiple materials, etc. The studied results could provide a set of standards or a merit basis for the relevant industries to recruit employees, the universities to teach students, and the government to select talents, etc.
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