Around 15% of the global population has a permanent disability, including approximately 285 million people with a visual impairment and an estimated 700 million people with dyslexia, the most common form of learning disability.
Publishing content that is accessible to all your potential readers makes good sense for a variety of reasons – legal, ethical and commercial. However, the prospect can seem daunting. Where do you start? View the webinar recording and associated resources to learn more!
Learn how to improve the quality and accuracy of published materials, reduce production time, decrease publishing costs and improve customer experience by taking control of content and streamlining key publishing processes through automation!
This presentation, held on 18 Mary 2016, focuses on product-related publishing for manufacturers (technical/instructional manuals, parts and price lists, catalogs and more); however, the demonstrated techniques can be applied to almost any publishing workflow.
The benefits of an XML publishing workflow are well-known – content search, sharing and reuse. But as an STM author, editor, designer or distributor, you may not want to become a master of XML in order to reap its rewards.
Our May 2016 webinar, a joint presentation between Typefi and Inera, shows you how to leverage Inera eXtyles and Typefi to simplify your editorial and publishing processes, dramatically speed up production, and produce quality XML – without any additional effort or XML knowledge.
What do board shorts, garage doors, roof racks and amplifiers have in common? Manufacturing giants Billabong, Wayne Dalton, Rhino-Rack and Pioneer all use Typefi combined with Adobe InDesign to create visually rich and highly accurate specifications, instruction manuals, sales catalogues, and parts lists, with production time savings of up to 80%.
Check out the recording of our February webinar to learn how manufacturers, wholesalers and distributors worldwide can DO MORE with Typefi.
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