Tech Forum and ebookcraft schedule release and more speakers!
ebookcraft speaker Melissa deJesus shares some tips for some things you can automate in the ebook production workflow.
Rachel Comerford explains why dating and EPUB accessibility are both difficult to master, and creatively expands the notes on using ARIA to include some advice that works in both environments.
Those of us who do ebook production are both impossibly idealistic and gluttons for punishment. We’re always asking for more, and seldom getting it. But changes are afoot, which might someday give us more control over the vertical dimension of our ebooks.
ebookcraft speaker Jiminy Panoz shares some of the radical changes CSS is currently going through that will help you overcome tough challenges and save you a lot of time, headaches, and Twitter rants.
For the third year in a row, we want to test your coding abilities in the So You Think You Can Code challenge. There's are great prizes up for grabs, so register for our contest and get to coding!
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.
Tech Forum and ebookcraft are over for another year. Now that the dust has settled, we've finished editing and uploading the videos. Now you can watch them all!
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.