The digital publishing industry finally has a single, up-to-date source for authoritative information on every aspect of digital publishing: techniques, technologies, media, workflow, and beyond! In this, the first of a two-volume set, the world's leading authority on digital publishing offers powerful insight into an exceptionally broad range of issues associated with print and online publishing, including typography, page layout, design, digital imaging, PostScript/PDF, and much more. Crystal-clear and packed with hundreds of illustrations, The Handbook of Digital Publishing, Volume I covers today's most critical digital publishing issues with unprecedented breadth and depth. Michael Kleper starts by introducing key typographic concepts, rules of thumb, formats, and issues for desktop typography users; then introduces effective design, layout, and page creation techniques for both the printed page and the screen. You'll find detailed coverage of desktop publishing, composition, indexing, and database publishing; as well as a complete guide to digital imaging, creation, capture, and use. Finally, Kleper introduces both PostScript and PDF, presenting expert techniques for creating effective electronic files for both prepress and Web delivery.
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