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The Publishing Machine: How automation makes space for creativity

Damian Gibbs
Solutions Consultant, Typefi

It is a curious thing, publishing books. I’ve never been sure if it is more art or science; either way, there is no doubt that both are involved, and one without the other amounts to naught.

Access to literature has come a long way since early handwritten manuscripts, thanks to moveable type and the printing press, largely attributed to Johannes Gutenberg. The “technology” Gutenberg leveraged was his own trade of blacksmithing. This is as far from being a scribe as you could imagine—metal versus paper, a loud, hot workshop versus the quiet library environment.

Stock photo of an antique printing press.
The printing press—an early industry disruptor!

It is unknown how or why Gutenberg formalised the concept of moveable type and the printing press, but it is an early example of “disruption” by someone “outside of the business”.

DITA + AEM: Lost your design mojo?

Creating visually-compelling print experiences for your customers shouldn’t be a dispiriting experience for you.

However, for many organisations publishing DITA, the sad reality is that producing professionally-designed PDFs is really hard, if not impossible.

It’s time to say goodbye to ugly DITA PDFs and hello to perfectly-crafted print content—automatically!

Typefi, the world’s leading automated publishing platform based on Adobe InDesign Server, now integrates directly with XML Documentation for Adobe Experience Manager.

Typefitter for InDesign CC 2019

Typefi is happy to announce that Typefitter 4.1.0 is here, with support for the October 2018 release of InDesign CC (v14.x)! This is a free update for all Typefitter CC subscribers.

May 2016 InDesign Magazine Cover

Expanding Your Linguistic Horizons

Typefi Senior Solutions Consultant Guy van der Kolk made his InDesign Magazine debut in May with Expanding Your Linguistic Horizons: Multilingual publishing with InDesign.

“Many people start to break a sweat whenever a client or boss asks us to incorporate foreign languages (such as French, Spanish, or Russian) into our layouts. When we hear this, should we head for the hills, or dive in add some tools to our toolbox, and expand our capabilities?”

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