InDesign is the most ubiquitous digital tool used in publishing, but most publishers aren’t taking full advantage of it.
Kate Hampton of Kenya’s Kwani Trust gives four strategies for getting the most out of the Yale Publishing Course for mid-career professionals.
Valla Vakili looks at how Netflix uses character development and storytelling to define its customers, as well as create great content.
Illustrated books and textbooks, far more than novels, require more effort produce and updated digital tools are necessary to make that process easier.
The cherished French children’s book author and editor of hundreds of books Grégoire Solotareff offers his tips for creating books for very young readers.
Publishers need to create their own software solutions, argues John Pettigrew, founder of the newly launched Futureproofs platform for editorial teams.
Colleen Higgs of South Africa’s Modjaji Books recounts the myriad ways a publisher can screw up.
What are your wildest dreams for success for you and your book? If you don’t define them, they will never come true, writes Colleen Devine Ellis.
Have no fear of letting go, says Dr. Richard Foster, Lecturer at the Yale School of Management, to publishers looking at bracing for a future of change.
John Pettigrew explains the principles behind Collate it, a UK digital startup aimed at helping publishers by replicating editors’ natural workflow, online.
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