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Six ways to think about an "infinite canvas" - Tools of Change for Publishing
This is part of an ongoing series related to Peter Meyers’ project “Breaking the Page: Transforming Books and the Reading Experience.” We’ll be featuring additional material in the weeks ahead. (Note: This post originally appeared on A New Kind of Book. It’s republished with permission. via Pocket
design  ebook  ux  books 
september 2014 by kintopp
The iBooks 2.0 built-in widgets – Baldur Bjarnason
The built-in widgets that provide the brunt of the interactive features in iBook’s textbook format do not use javascript in any way. via Pocket
ebook  epub  ibook 
september 2014 by kintopp
iBooks 2: Reinventing Textbooks Or Lulu on Steroids?
While the launch of Apple’s iBooks 2, its new multimedia textbook format, and iBooks Author, the free authoring tool Apple has produced to create them, may indeed “reinvent the textbook,” there are a lot of questions to be answered before it does. via Pocket
ebook  epub  ibook 
september 2014 by kintopp
Part book, part film, part website - Tools of Change for Publishing
I’ve been writing about and helping create digital books for about 15 years now and I don’t think I’ve seen anything as innovative, as well executed, and as plain lovely to look at as “Welcome to Pine Point. via Pocket
ebook  interactive  books 
september 2014 by kintopp

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