The Business of ePublishing 2015 explains in thorough detail what professional publishers, designers, and traditional, independent, and hybrid authors need to know about the world and business of digital publishing today and tomorrow. It goes beyond the rhetoric and paranoid proclamations rampant in social media, blogs, and news outlets to provide provable, unbiased insight into the users, devices, formats, and real world economics of ebooks, fixed-layout ebooks, digital textbooks, digital magazines, and more for all levels of publishing—enterprise, small- to medium-sized publishing, indy, and self publishing.
Create, Deploy, and Manage Digital Publications of All Kinds
For publishers, designers, authors, and self-publishers.
This book walks you through the entire process of building a professional, for-profit digital publishing workflow: planning, adding multimedia and interactivity, and publishing using InDesign. In no time, you’ll be creating ebooks, media-rich ebooks, emagazines, ecatalogs, tablet digital magazines, and more! For use with Adobe InDesign CS6 or CC (any version.)
Often referred to as “children’s ebooks,” “picture ebooks,” “photo books,” and similar monikers, fixed-layout ebooks are visually-rich layouts that offer much more than standard EPUB and KF8 format ebooks for iPad, iPhone, Kindle, Kindle…
This book walks you through the entire process of building a professional, for-profit digital publishing workflow: planning, adding multimedia and interactivity, and publishing using InDesign. In no time, you’ll be creating ebooks, media-rich ebooks, emagazines, ecatalogs, tablet digital magazines, and more!
“Pariah Burke’s explanations of the points he is making is very clear and understandable. I would recommend it to anyone that wants to master InDesign for an efficient workflow. This is definitely a book that will stay on my shelf as a reference after I’m done reading it.” —J. Hinds
The InDesignSecrets Guide to What’s New in InDesign CS5 is your secret weapon in discovering how to use and best apply CS5’s new features to the projects you’re working on today.
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