What does it take to make digital content truly accessible? It involves proper planning, testing, and ensuring that accessibility isn’t just an afterthought. Jean Kaplansky, an experienced technology trainer, developer, and solutions architect, gives us the what, why, and how.
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As more and more publishing houses bring in talented digital employees, there’s a likely clash of cultures on the horizon. How can publishers with their rich history work alongside technologists and their history of “disrupting” everything? Designer and developer Derrick Schultz takes a look at the future of the people behind the books.
Before the PubFight season began, we compiled a list of titles that went for top dollar at the Fakefurt auction. After the auction, we asked you to vote on which nominated title would sell the most copies during the PubFight season (September 2014 - January 2015).
Now, after many intense weeks filled with trials and triumphs, regrets and “out of stock” induced tears, the results are in and it’s time to see how well you know the Canadian book market.
The transition from producing strictly print books to producing content for a multitude of digital formats means it’s time to rejig some tried-and-true workflows.
Colleen Cunningham, Senior Ebook Developer at F+W, A Content + eCommerce Company, has some thoughts about using a content management system to produce content in the digital age.
Some renovations are needed in the house of ebooks, especially when it comes to formatting images. Joshua Tallent, Chief eBook Architect at Firebrand Technologies and ebookcraft speaker, is ready to tear up some floors. Care to join him?