Good, Better, Best: An Ebook Reader’s Review of Formatting & Design

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The DBW Roundtable is a live, interactive webcast featuring some of the most outspoken industry professionals gathering to discuss and debate the hottest publishing issues of today.

In this bi-weekly 1-hour WEBcast, the Roundtable offers insight into the greater book publishing ecosystem with actionable case studies from practitioners in publishing.

Join reading design mavens Peter Meyers & Anne Kostick on August 4th at 1 PM ET / 10 AM PT as they fussbudget their way through a bookshelf of titles. Their mission? Read as many ebooks as their eyes can bear—from different publishers, on different devices, and using different apps—in order to smoke out a top-10 list of common formatting and design mistakes.

From nitty gritty annoyances (botched smart quotes) to big picture no-no’s (TOC snafus), they’ll help authors, publishers, and ebook designers avoid the kinds of missteps that turn book lovers into ebook haters. And fear not: this session isn’t just an hour long complaint fest. For each gotcha, Anne and Peter discuss fairly easy to implement alternatives.

WHAT YOU’LL LEARN:

  • Top 10 common formatting & design mistakes (and how to avoid them).
  • What readers want to see in a quality designed ebook.
  • How to fix persistent problems in your digital titles.
  • Best practices for ebook design.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND:

Ebook designers, authors, publishers, and anyone involved in digital publishing for today’s major platforms.

The Roundtable will be broadcast on August 4th at 1 PM EST / 10 AM PST.

Register For the Roundtable!

THE ROUNDTABLE

Peter Meyers, Author and Digital Book Producer
Anne Kostick, Partner, Foxpath IND

THE MODERATOR

Matt Mullin, Community Relations Manager, Digital Book World

Join the Roundtable for provocative discussions every two weeks that set the tone for another exciting year in the publishing industry!

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