Laura Brady

Principal, Brady Type

Laura Brady is an ebook developer, the principal of Brady Type, and the editor-in-chief of EPUB Secrets. She consults on workflow, tools, specifications, and production best practices. In her spare time she helps plan ebookcraft and follows the Blue Jays. She also probably tweets too much.

Laura's Sessions

Ellen Ullman in Conversation

Auditorium Rooms B & C
Ellen Ullman, author of The Bug, a New York Times Notable Book and runner-up for the PEN/Hemingway Award, and the cult classic memoir Close to the Machine, based on her years as a rare female computer programmer in the early years of the personal computer era, in conversation with Laura Brady (Brady Type).
EBC: Community & Industry EBC: Keynote

“Everybody’s Working on the Weekend” Lunch ‘n’ Learn: Committees, working groups, and volunteerism in digital publishing

Collaboration Centre Café
The #eprdctn community never sleeps, and there are countless opportunities to get involved in steering the present and future of digital publishing. Grab your lunch and join your friendly neighbourhood ebookcraft steering committee for a quick overview of industry working groups and a discussion of the pros and cons of widespread volunteerism in the industry. […]
EBC: Community & Industry

We Tear Apart Your Ebooks: How, why, and what you can do to stop us

Not everyone can read an ebook, especially when it isn’t fully accessible. About 10% of Canadians may not be able to read books in print format because of vision, mobility, and comprehension impairments. These readers are typically not part of a publisher’s market, but they could be. NNELS (nnels.ca) is a publicly-funded accessible format producer […]
EBC: Accessibility EBC: End Users' Perspective EBC: Standards