EPUB is just one of many branches in a larger accessibility domino run. While this is where you may begin your efforts, it is not the only section that needs to be engineered.
EPUB 3.3 is an update to the EPUB specification. Find out here what that means for your development work.
This is a guest post from Rachel Osolen, from the National Network for Equitable Library Services (NNELS). You can find Rachel on Twitter. (Photo by Erik Mclean on Unsplash) During my career I have watched accessibility in publishing grow exponentially…Continue Reading →
publications. The past ten years have seen new habits, new devices, and new distribution channels influencing both. In this guide, I’ll give you tips and concepts to start a professionally-made digital publishing project.
How do you design digital poetry in a way that maintains it’s structure while remaining agile and flexible?
The potential use of machine learning tools… via an Application Programming Interface (API) to generate descriptions that a publisher can use as initial drafts of the description of the relevant images
This article is by Matthew C.C. Chan is an ebook developer and currently the Cross-Media Assistant at House of Anansi Press/Groundwood Books in Toronto. His work involves turning typeset manuscripts into elegant, accessible ebooks for a variety of reading platforms. Interests include…Continue Reading →
In the world of ebook development, tools that support making better ebooks are hard to pick out from the tools that simply automate without adding quality. I am especially interested in tools that help make more accessible EPUBs. GreenLight from…Continue Reading →
This is a cross-post on behalf of the Publishing Working Group, a division of the W3C. We Need Your Support: Join The Effort to Update The Tool We Use to Validate EPUB Files Work to update epubcheck and make it…Continue Reading →
This is a guest post form the chairs of the EPUB 3 Community Group, Dave Cramer and Rachel Comerford. We live in exciting times for the world of ebook standards, with the IDPF-W3C merger and web publications. Yet for most of…Continue Reading →