Chapter 3: Digital Publication Types and Their Markets

ePublishing with InDesign 2015

Book 3
Pariah S. Burke
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 Now that we’ve exam­ined the char­ac­ter­is­tics and capa­bil­i­ties of the avail­able dig­i­tal pub­li­ca­tion for­mats, it’s time to think about the kind of con­tent you want to dis­sem­i­nate dig­i­tally. It’s all rather sub­jec­tive, but I’ll iden­tify the pur­pose, char­ac­ter and use of dif­fer­ent pub­li­ca­tion types as well as explain which for­mat classes are best suited to each type.

In this chap­ter, you will learn about the fol­low­ing pub­li­ca­tion types:

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Pariah S. Burke
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Mar 13, 2015
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44
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