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Presented by Kevin Callahan.
Originally aired August 2018
eBook basics for print designers: what they are, how to create them, and how to adapt print designs to digital use.
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Almost every print book is adapted as an ebook. Some publishers have robust workflows to convert their InDesign or Quark layouts to EPUB3 files, but many don’t. They rely on vendors and freelancers to create their ebooks. This session introduces print designers to ebook basics: what they are, how to create them, and how to adapt print designs to digital use.
This session introduces ebook basics: what they are, how to create them, and how to adapt print designs to digital use. Get some tips on using your skills to create beautiful, user-friendly, and accessible ebooks that honor the print design and serve digital purposes.
Presented by Kevin Callahan, of BNGO Books (www.bngobooks.com) in New York. Kevin is a book designer, ebook developer, writer and speaker. He conducts webinars and speaks at conferences including PePcon, InDesign Conference, and ebookcraft in Toronto. Follow him @BNGOBooks.
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