Creating Effective Digital Content – 3 Tips to Make E-books for Tablets

We all know that eBooks are a popular form of digital learning content, used extensively as product manuals and user guides. Today, most readers use tablet PCs to read eBooks. A study by the Pew Research Center revealed half of the American adult population owns a tablet or an e-reader.

How can you develop tablet-friendly eBooks? What does it take to deliver good reading experiences on tablets? Well, here a few proven tips.

Tip 1: Use more visuals than words

The way we access information is changing fast. Dianna Huff, in her article Content Marketing Design: 3 Guidelines for Creating eBooks for Tablets, points thatthe advent of social media platforms such as Instagram and Pinterest has made today’s reader more visual-oriented. She believes that developers of eBooks need to take this into consideration to deliver good reading experiences on tablets. To cut down text, Huff advises them to reduce the default paper size in MS-Word. This compels them to use fewer words and go in for images, and this is very useful to makegood eBooks for tablets.

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