Dave Cramer and Jiminy Panoz referred to image and caption fit code as the Holy Grail.
When it comes to testing, images can be particularly challenging, but Naomi Kennedy boiled the ineffable down to three clear choices: format, size, and color.
Betsy Granger made the process of convincing print professionals to submit to standard, flexible CSS seem possible, if not easy.
Over at Wiley, Tzviya Siegman and Benjamin Young are starting with HTML which is eminently suited to managing flexible, interconnected data and content.
To unite disparate sources as they come, Nick Barreto and Simon Collinson touted solutions like Pandoc and getting to love the command line to automate mass changes and convert various source documents.
Ellen Ullman’s talk drove home that our industry’s values are not just in our culture, developers are writing them into our code.
Ebook developers can take a grassroots approach to accessibility and improve the world of reading. The great team at NNELS suggested harnessing curiosity to follow conversations around accessibility or even organize a technology meetup.
Booknet Canada’s exceptional team presented the fascinating results from their 2018 digital survey and each day, their enthusiastic staff handled everything from moderating the live Tweet wall to handing out the adorable conference pins.
I’ve been to the mountain that is ebookcraft, and I picked up the most up-to-date and exquisite of ebook magicks.
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