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ePublishing with InDesign CS6: Design and produce digital publications for tablets, ereaders, smartphones, and more by Pariah Burke

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Adapting Designs to Various Layouts and Tablets

Once you have a completed layout, with all the article content on the page or a set of pages, it’s almost time to create additional layouts for different orientations and devices. (The next chapters cover creating interactive overlays and enrichments, but for the purposes of this discussion, let’s assume you’ve already read through that and added whatever interactivity your article needs.) There’s something important you should consider doing before beginning to adapt the design to a new layout—get sign-off on the layout.

Before Adding Layouts

One of the reasons interactive-magazine creation is considered so time-consuming and costly is because participants in the process don’t optimize their workflows. ...

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