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This article is from November 17, 2010, and is no longer current.

2011 Print & ePublishing Conference comes to DC!

Okay, all you East Coast-ers, we heard you!

We’re happy to announce that the 2011 Print & ePublishing Conference will be held May 23-25 in Washington, D.C. This conference follows the very successful, sold-out conference we had in Seattle earlier this year at the Adobe campus. We believe InDesign professionals deserve a great learning and networking experience -and the Print & ePublishing Conference does just that, by bringing together leading publishing professionals from around the globe for three days of non-stop inspiration, education, and fun. Information about the conference can be found at

The Print & ePublishing Conference brings together the world’s top experts in Adobe InDesign, EPUB, PDF, digital magazine, and iPad/tablet publishing, for three days of solutions and networking. Topics include publishing for eBooks, print, interactive documents, iPad/Android, and more! The event features a 2-day multi-track conference followed by 1 day of post-conference in-depth tutorials.

Topics at the conference include:

  • From InDesign to iPad: Five Paths to Success
  • Creating EPUB and Print Workflows
  • Automated Publishing: From Data to Delivery
  • XML and XSL: One Story, Many Destinations
  • Best Practices for Illustrator, Photoshop, and Flash Integration
  • Kindle vs. iPad vs. Nook: What You Need to Know
  • InDesign Power User Techniques

Dancing with the Stars
The Print and ePublishing Conference is the only place where you can sit down and talk directly with world-renowned experts. We’re still coming up with the 2011 roster, but featured speakers at past events have included Rufus Deuchler, Michael Ninness, Russell Viers, Branislav Milic, Steve Werner, Nigel French, Gabriel Powell, and many others. Oh, and David Blatner and Anne-Marie Concepción, of course. ;-)

What You’ll Take Home
Along with an fun and intense educational experience, registered attendees will receive over $200 in free materials, including a one-year subscription to InDesign Magazine (current subscribers will have their subscription extended), a one-month subscription to the online training library, a set of two great InDesign plug-ins and 10 must-have InDesign scripts, and The InDesignSecrets Top 40 Tips eBook.There will also be door prizes drawn for more than $5,000 in software, books, and more.

Space is Limited
Tickets for the Washington D.C. Print and ePublishing Conference are first-come, first-serve, and the 2010 event sold out, so start planning now!

For more information about the conference, visit or register directly at

Anne-Marie “Her Geekness” Concepción is the co-founder (with David Blatner) and CEO of Creative Publishing Network, which produces InDesignSecrets, InDesign Magazine, and other resources for creative professionals. Through her cross-media design studio, Seneca Design & Training, Anne-Marie develops ebooks and trains and consults with companies who want to master the tools and workflows of digital publishing. She has authored over 20 courses on on these topics and others. Keep up with Anne-Marie by subscribing to her ezine, HerGeekness Gazette, and contact her by email at [email protected] or on Twitter @amarie
David Blatner is the co-founder of the Creative Publishing Network, InDesign Magazine, CreativePro Magazine, and the author or co-author of 15 books, including Real World InDesign. His InDesign videos at LinkedIn Learning ( are among the most watched InDesign training in the world.
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