Formatting eBooks in the Kindle and ePub formats can be a challenge for the uninitiated, and outs...
Formatting eBooks in the Kindle and ePub formats can be a challenge for the uninitiated, and outsourcing solutions still require an internal QA process to ensure publishers are offering readers the same level of quality in eBooks as they do in print.
In this free Digital Book World WEBcast, "eBook 101: Designing for Kindle and ePub", Joshua Tallent (owner of eBook Architects and author of Kindle Formatting: The Complete Guide), and Matthew LeBlanc (Mgr of Production and Prepress, Adams Media), offer insights on the major formats and the conversion process, and tips on modifying and optimizing a traditional print workflow:
* An introduction to the Kindle format
* An introduction to the ePub format (NOTE: The Nook and iPad support ePub)
* An overview of typical conversion processes
* Modifying an existing Adobe Creative Suite PDF print workflow
To view the full archived presentation, visit http://digitalbookworld.com