What do machine learning and artificial intelligence have to do with publishing? Cameron Drew explores the connections.
Creating accessible ebooks expands sales opportunities for publishers and reading opportunities for many. Which is why all departments involved in creating ebooks should be collaborating on making them born-accessible.
Offline capability is a key characteristic of modern Progressive Web Applications. There’s been steadily growing interest in making web applications survive in disconnected scenarios and Benjamin Young explains why this is so important.
We have even more speaker and session information to announce. The session topics range from selling diverse lists to the evolution of ebook apps to building pre-pub buzz for forthcoming books; and the speakers are industry experts!
The first step to harnessing the power of automation is learning what automation is capable of within your specific workflow, then deciding which pieces fit that workflow best.
We're kicking off a series of Deep Dive research reports with a look at Mystery and Detective book buyers.
Think InDesign can’t provide quality ebook output? Think again. By applying certain rules, you can effectively eliminate the need for a separate workflow and leverage InDesign for all it’s worth.
Accessibility is one of those aspects of publishing that everyone knows is important, though most people don’t fully understand it. Here's a list of some of the most important terms, file types, organizations, and standards to understand.
Dave Cramer explores DRM and the world of books.
We're asking publishers who are selling books in Canada to send us their data so we can put together an accurate and up-to-date report of the state of digital publishing.