Enhanced eBooks and apps aren’t simple, natural extensions of their printed counterparts. They require a great deal of careful planning, due to differences in eReader capabilities and implementations, as well as complexities of the original publication.
Join us for a show-and-tell, of sorts, as we walk you through the development and production process from print to enhanced eBooks and apps.
Using a real life book as an example, we’ll review the key planning and execution considerations each step of the way. Continue reading eBooks 102 – From Print to Enhanced eBooks – Webinar
Tools of Change – Networked, Mobile & Landlocked – Current Ereaders – Feb 22 11:45 – 12:30
Liza Daly and Keith Fahlgren
Requiem for an ebook shopper – consumer perspective on devices available
Liza showed a interesting slide with the interconnectivity (or not) by popular readers, very complicated to buy a book (consumer says, the hell with it, I’ll just buy a movie). We don’t care so much about devices, it’s something that consumers will choose based on their liking. What we should be concerned about is interoperability. Last year it looked like this would happen, but things have really changed. Continue reading Tools of Change – Networked, Mobile and Landlocked, Current Ereaders
Interesting article in the Washington Post on hybrid books – books which contain print, video, links, and other multisensory features. The article is As books go beyond printed page to multisensory experience – what about reading?
Loss of creativity/imagination is a recurring thought in the article and subsequent comments. Vooks, as they are called, seem to be aimed at younger audiences. Are they good for different learning styles??