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Best Practices for Producing Print and Digital Content

November 12, 2014 @ 5:29 pm


As e-books continue to grow more and more popular, a print-focused production process just doesn’t work anymore. How can publishers alter and streamline their workflow for simultaneous print and digital production, instead of creating e-books as an afterthought? What steps can be implemented early on that will aid in digital production and save time later? Is there a better way to prep a print file if you know it will be a fixed layout e-book vs. a reflowable e-book? Can things be implemented as early as Word? Is there software other than Word and Adobe products people could be using to streamline the print to digital workflow?

Who better to ask than an e-book designer with a background in print books? As we enter the holiday season, join us for a lively discussion about best practices for producing print and digital products that align with cutting-edge standards.


Laura Brady is an old-school typesetter who re-purposed as an ebook developer a few years ago. A long history in print and design coupled with her new coding knowledge means that she is the right combination of right brain/left brain to survive the digital publishing revolution. You can connect with her on Twitter, LinkedIn, or via her Brady Type website


November 12, 2014
5:29 pm


Open Book, Target Auditorium
1011 Washington Ave S
Minneapolis, MN 55415 United States
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