After it was introduced in the early 2000s and popularized by Apple’s ColorSync system-level software, ICC colour management, or calibrated workflow, was embraced by various segments of the graphic arts industry—some faster than others. The large-format printing industry was quick to adopt colour management as a way of coming to grips with the wide variety of printers, inks, media, RIPs, and settings. Likewise, photographers, whose darkrooms got replaced with inkjet printers, quickly appreciated the potential for accurate on-screen previews and matching output.
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Readers enthralled by eBooks are showing up more and more on airplanes, buses, subways, doctors’ waiting rooms, and anywhere else people are likely to read. The increasing array of eBook readers has drawn more attention to the EPUB format. So what is this format? How do you design for it? How do you create it? And how does it compare to PDF?