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.
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 →
This is a guest post by Ken Jones – Ken specialises in writing workflow applications and offering training and consultancy for publishers on print and digital workflows. Ken’s company ‘Circular Software’ provides software tools and services for a range of illustrated…Continue Reading →
This is a guest post from Melissa deJesus, an associate production editor at Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. A fuller bio is at the bottom on this piece. I finally made the pilgrimage to ebookcraft. You might not immediately think of a…Continue Reading →
This guest post is from Laura Bowman, Publicist and Ebook Production Manager at Pajama Press. Thank you @ebookcraft for a fantastic conference, and thank you to all the industry experts for being so friendly and approachable! Maybe #eprdctn isnt so…Continue Reading →
The #eprdctn hour on Wednesday, February 21 was a one-week-late valentine to our readers: ebook developers talking about how we make the most user-friendly ebooks we can. There were lots of ideas and strategies. It’s not for the feint of…Continue Reading →
This is a guest post from Teresa Elsey, an #eprdctn regular. The February 14 edition of the #eprdctn chat focused on link rot. The below is just a piece of the whole wide-ranging conversation; as usual, many thanks to the…Continue Reading →