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This guest post is by Nicole Lambe, an ebook devloper at House of Anansi Press in Toronto. She is a graduate of Humber College Creative Book Publishing Program, and a passionate accessibility advocate. She is on Twitter at @xnicolelambe. In…Continue Reading →
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 →
A maintenance release of EPUB Checker came out on July 30, 2018. There are no new features but it does now support: Supports Java 9 & 10 Has Japanese translation Does update checks & downloads via HTTPS/SSL An important note:…Continue Reading →
This is another in our ongoing series of guest posts, this time from Rachel Comerford, co-chair of the EPUB 3 Community Group and a contributor to eprdctn. Her full bio is below. What is EpubCheck? The first question I ask…Continue Reading →
This is a guest post from #eprdctn old-timer, Keith Snyder from TypeFlow Books. Your Ally in #a11y My appreciation of Sigil as an EPUB editor is longstanding. I don’t use anything else—no oXygen, no Dreamweaver, nada. One of Sigil’s handy…Continue Reading →