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The ePublishing of ePub Interactive Documents requires a highly specialized skillset...


Open Source ePub eBook ePublishing Formats support new media elements and program logic necessary to develop robust, interactive eBook Publications. We've developed a comprehensive work process to put everything together in an optimal way, allowing us to use a few megabytes of digital media assets to deliver the eReader a flawless, colorful user experience. This requires experience in video editing, image compositing, data optimization, 3D animation, HTML5 and CSS3 Design, 3D Modeling, UI Design and User Experience Design.


ePub 2, the current version of the EPUB specification, was standardized in 2007 as the successor to the Open eBook Publication Structure, originally developed over a decade ago in 1999. The latest stable version is EPUB 2.0.1, approved in 2010. ePub 2.0.1 uses XML 1.0, XHTML 1.1, CSS2 and GIF encoding standards to allow ePub eBook ePublishing across hardware and software eReaders. What you are seeing on this page is being done using only the EPUB2 technologies, so you can imagine what we can do for your eBook Publishing Title using ePub2 format.

ePub 3, due out in Mid-2011, supports XML 1.0, XHTML 1.1 and HTML5, as well as Text-To-Speech (TTS), OpenType Fonts, SVG, CSS 2.1 and CSS 3.0. ePub3 will allow eBooks to feature animation, brilliant imagery, 3D, digital video, custom fonts and interactivity, features that will take eBooks to an all new level which printed books cannot match.