This is a guest post from Ben Dugas at Kobo. Ben is the Manager, Content Display Quality and Production at Rakuten Kobo Inc. in Toronto. A few times a year I’ll find myself in a conversation with Laura Brady or some…Continue Reading →
Chad Chelius is back with what has to be one of the fastest turnarounds in script development. Last week’s scrollable-sidebar for fixed-layout EPUB3 and Publish Online is now a script. Last week, I wrote up a post on EPUBSecrets.com describing a…Continue Reading →
InDesign might be the application of choice for a large segment of print production and ebook development, but QuarkXpress is used worldwide to do the same tasks. Sérgio Teixeira, a designer and ebook developer working in Porto, Portugal, shows us some features of the…Continue Reading →
Today’s #eprdctn hour featured Diane Burns, Kris Vetter, and Laura Brady talking about two approaches to creating animation. Diane explained using InDesign CC, while Kris focused on CSS3 animations. Both had great insight and information. https://storify.com/KevinBNGO/animation-in-ebooks-indesign-and-css3-approaches#publicize Be sure to scroll to…Continue Reading →
If you’ve been playing around with InDesign’s FXL export, you know it allows for a huge amount of interactivity with almost no hand coding. There’s just one thing they missed in the export option. When you tap on an element…Continue Reading →
Today, Adobe releases a significant update to InDesign. One of the new features is a fixed-layout EPUB export option. This much anticipated feature is set to have a big impact on this ebook niche market.
I know. I know. Why would you want to print a digital file? And yet its one of the first questions you might hear. And it makes sense: editors, proofreaders, and copy editors can all benefit from a print edition…Continue Reading →