This 3-hour workshop in Toronto is intended for people who know (or want to know!) some HTML and can navigate some of the inner workings of an EPUB file.
Laura Brady will demonstrate how code problems can trip up assistive technology, and how to clean an ebook’s markup while also giving hands-on comparisons of what works seamlessly and what gets snagged in various environments. Laura is an ebook developer, the principal of Brady Type, and the editor-in-chief of EPUB Secrets. She consults on workflow, tools, specifications, and production best practices.
Audience: ebook production staff, or other interested people such as consultants, alternate-format producers, editors, writers, librarians, and publishing students.
March 20th, 2018
900 Bay Street, Toronto, Canada
Further details about the event and how to attend are available on the workshop registration page.