Here's the designer's guide to creating excellent e-books with InDesign
Creative professionals are designing more and more e-books and e-zines as digital publishing increasingly gains market share. This book pulls together a wide range of essential information to help them maximize the versatility of InDesign for e-publishing. If you need to know how to build, deploy, and manage digital publications using InDesign, here's your guide to the process, from understanding the platforms and devices and how best to design for them to creating media-rich content for multiple formats using a variety of technologies.
- Designers are seeking to sharpen their skills to compete in today’s e-publishing market, and this book is packed with necessary information about creating and adapting content for e-publication
- Explains how to plan a new digital publication, convert a print publication to digital, add multimedia and interactivity, and publish and distribute the finished product
- Covers platforms, devices, and formats; creating media-rich content; designing for different devices; and managing digital publications
- Examines Adobe's Digital Publishing System, CSS, HTML5, and other commercial vehicles available for e-publishing on multiple platforms, including iPad, Kindle, NOOK, and other tablets and e-readers
ePublishing with InDesign is a valuable tool for designers seeking to boost their skills and create cutting-edge e-publications.
Pariah Burke is a design, print, and epublishing workflow consultant and trainer. In addition to Mastering InDesign CS5 for Print Design and Production, he is the author or coauthor of five other books and more than 350 published articles. He is also a coauthor of the InDesign and Illustrator CS4 and CS5 Adobe Certified Expert exams, an Adobe Community Professional, and a freelance designer with twenty years' experience. Pariah is the host of a series of digital publishing, epublishing, and design-business webinars, as well as publisher of a network of websites, communities, and tools for creative professionals, the Workflow: Network (www.WorkflowNetwork.com).