The 2015 installment of PePcon—The Print and ePublishing Conference—wraps up in Philadelphia today, after four days of print and design related tutorials, rapid-fire sessions, networking events, and tips and tricks competition. The conference brings together creative professionals from along the entire spectrum of the print and publishing world. With over 450 people in attendance in attendance, the conference—produced by CreativePro.com’s parent company, Creative Publishing Network—the annual event deftly combined learning, socializing, idea-swapping, and problem-solving, by a wide range of creatives. The first day of PePcon was a gentle ramp up, featuring five hour tutorials covering acronym-laden topics such as HTML/CSS, EPUB, and DPS. The second day things officially kicked off with a welcome by PePcon creators and the hosts of the InDesign Secrets podcast, David Blatner and Anne-Marie Concepción, followed by sessions ranging from video to mobile apps to fonts to color. The following day continued the trend, offering up meaty topics such as editorial workflows, interactive effects, and the future of publishing. PePcon’s session lineup always presents a healthy mix of established speakers like Sandee Cohen and Russell Viers and fresh new faces such as Trish Witkowski and Roberto Blake. The caliber of 2015’s speakers certainly didn’t disappoint. Many [...]

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