Learn how to convert documents and files originally intended for print into optimized digital formats such as EPUB, interactive PDF, HTML, or a Digital Publishing Suite (DPS) file.
- [Voiceover] Hi, I'm Mike Rankin and welcome to Adapting a Print Layout for Digital Publishing. This course will help you create a clear plan to convert print assets into new digital products, even if the only asset you have is a copy of a printed book. We'll start by looking at the file formats for digital publishing so you can choose the right one for your content and your audience. We'll evaluate our assets and see what kinds of design and editorial changes you might have to make. We'll consider the important issue of licensing content for digital publishing. We'll cover the best practices for scanning text, photos and illustrations.
We'll see how adding video can really enrich a publication and finally we'll outline step-by-step processes for going from print to digital so you can stay organized and always know what to do next. Now let's get started with Adapting a Print Layout for Digital Publishing.
- Choosing the right format
- Evaluating assets
- Making design and editorial decisions
- Scanning assets
- Adjusting layouts
- Adding new media