The call for proposals for ebookcraft 2019 is officially open.
Micah Bowers' ebookcraft 2017 talk, Ebook Apps from the Inside Out, is an exploration of the past, present, and future evolution of ebook reading applications and how that impacts and informs the art and craft of creating ebooks.
You’ve learned a lot making ebooks and your skills are valuable to industries tangential to publishing, but sometimes they need to be reframed for a potential employer.
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.
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.
It is a truth universally acknowledged that a publisher in possession of a book must be in want of an appropriate digital publishing format.
Laura Brady, principal at Brady Type, a digital + print book production studio, thinks publishers should ditch their prejudices when looking for the right format.
We were able to officially declare this week that ebookcraft 2015 will have 50/50 gender representation. Hooray! #makeit5050. To celebrate, here’s a sneak peek of our lineup of guest bloggers for the new year, culled from the amazing speakers, moderators, and experts hosting a knowledge smackdown at ebookcraft this March.