June 5th, 2013
In the ePUB world, it is amazing how much bad press is given to InDesign. In fact, the coverage given to coders and developers of ePUBs matches the hype received in the media by Obama. But we won’t go there. I just received yet another posting in an author group I am in this morning.
Continue reading Contrary to common opinion, InDesign CC has helped ePUB export a lot
October 1st, 2012
No! You can’t do it in BBEdit or Word
It all comes back to the print/ebook divide. That divide is only apparent to the book designers. For the readers, a book is a book. Ebooks are cheaper (or should be). Normal printed books are high resolution, typographic marvels. But to the reader, a book is
Continue reading Books, even ebooks, need good tools (InDesign CS6)
July 10th, 2012
I probably shouldn’t have put an exclamation mark on the title for I haven’t had a chance to try it yet. I’m still wading through the documentation. But I’ve been waiting for this for a long time.
The CS6 plug-in
Here’s a quote from their Web page from which you can download the plug-in.
Continue reading Kindle Export Plug-in for InDesign CS6 Released!
June 11th, 2012
For the past two decades, I have taught digital publishing skills. For the past fifteen years I have written and published books, both traditionally and on-demand. I have taught skills to present digital content transparently, effectively, and gracefully. I’ve learned how to present reader-centered books to my students and followers. But Word [and word processors
Continue reading You must learn to produce your own book