Electronic Books and ePublishing

Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN-13 : 1447103173

Page : 227 pages

Rating : 4.5/5 from 173 voters

Over the past few years the e-book has received much attention - the new generation of books can be downloaded from the Internet. Indeed, many publishing applications nowadays enable the production of electronic books. This book shows readers how to design electronic books using the book metaphor. The information presented is a culmination of the author's experience as an author and researcher. It contains valuable information gathered through user surveys, user focus groups, usability testing, and participation in industry groups and standards organisations. A definite must-have for anyone interested in the new generation of books.

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