EPUB 3.3 is an update to the EPUB specification. Find out here what that means for your development work.
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 is a guest post from Dave Cramer, a co-chair of the W3C Community Group, an ebookcraft favourite, and an #eprdctn old-timer. It takes much more than a village to make an ebook. Authors, publishers, developers, distributors, retailers, and readers…Continue Reading →
For the past month or so, I have been working on a series of accessibility audits for a number of Canadian publishers on behalf of NNELS. The content was broad and diverse, from children’s picture books and novels, to complex…Continue Reading →
Robust navigation is a hallmark of EPUB3. Along with the reading system table of contents and the inside-the-book contents, Landmarks and Page List add value and functionality. They’re simple additions that make a book more accessible and easier to use….Continue Reading →
I have been thinking lately about how different my habits as an ebook developer are now than they were one, two, or five years ago. And about how that evolution is absolutely about working toward making better ebooks. I can…Continue Reading →
This is a guest post from Teresa Elsey from Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. The W3C put on its first Publishing Summit on November 9 and 10 in San Francisco, as part of the W3C Technical Plenary/Advisory Committee week (TPAC), when the…Continue Reading →
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 →
This is an update of a Medium article published a few years ago which aimed to pull together places to learn more about the how-to of ebook development work. As always, please comment with corrections, additions, an compliments. There is…Continue Reading →