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.
Posts Tagged: epub
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 #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 →
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 →
This is the first of two guest posts from Chris Wait on converting poetry to EPUB and MOBI. Chris (@cdwait) is Ebooks Manager at New Directions Publishing, where he digitizes all the books. Run Away and Don’t Look Back If…Continue Reading →
Adobe has jut rolled out the Creative Cloud 2015 updates. Before I go any further, I want to remind anyone who hasn’t upgraded yet to make sure you read this first: http://indesignsecrets.com/avoiding-problems-installing-indesign-cc-2015.php If you speed through the update you’ll wipe…Continue Reading →
When I first started making ebooks, I found the Twitter feed #eprdctn (either from Anne-Marie Concepción’s Lynda course on Indesign to EPUB or from Liz Castro’s EPUB Straight to the Point). I signed up for Twitter, got my own handle (@BNGObooks),…Continue Reading →
One of the most common questions I get asked when people start making ebooks is “Do I really need to create two separate files? One for Kindle and another for everyone else?” And then they usually ask if it takes…Continue Reading →
This weekend, Nate Hoffelder (@thDigitalReader) of The Digital Reader posted “iBooks 3.0 Coming Next Week – Adds More Support for Epub3” tracking clues that the Apple press event on October 23 will not only include an announcement of the iPad Mini but…Continue Reading →