Seybold Boston 2001 is happening this week!
APRIL 8, 2001 — The Seybold Boston 2001 Seminar is taking place this week (April 8-13)
at the Hynes Convention
Center in Boston, MA.
Seybold is a twice-yearly
electronic-publishing conference and expo which normally takes place in San
Francisco in the autumn and in Boston in the spring. At Seybold, you can:
The conferences run from April 8th through April 13th, and the exposition (trade
show) runs from April 10th through April 12th.
- see and try out cutting-edge products from approximately 300 exhibitors
- learn about the latest publishing technologies from industry pundits.
Whether you are a software developer, a graphic designer, a pre-press expert, a
marketing pro, or a printer, there is something for you at Seybold! At
can get all the details you'll need about this important event.
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SEYBOLD BOSTON IN A NUTSHELL
Here is Citation Software Inc.'s "in-a-nutshell" look at Seybold Boston 2001.
The exposition (or trade show) features exhibits and special events hosted by
companies who are well known in the electronic-publishing industry and related
industries. As we've said, the exposition runs from April 10th through April
12th. Approximately 300 companies will be exhibiting. Here are just a few of them:
- Adobe Systems Incorporated
- BCL Computers
- Cahners Publishing
- Chrystal Software
- Collabria, Inc.
- Dynagram Software
- Everybook, Inc.
- Harlequin, Inc.
- Markzware Software
- OneVision GmbH
- Pantone, Inc.
- ScenicSoft, Inc.
- Media Bank
Attend one of the following all-day conferences to get up to speed on a
The "Digital Rights Management Day" Conference, Monday, April 9th. This
conference explores technical and business issues pertaining to digital rights
The "On-Demand Printing Day" Conference, Monday, April 9th. Here you can learn
technical information about direct imaging, spray-on plates, digital color
printers, imposition, digital proofing, digital workflow, and e-commerce links.
You can also learn about particular digital-printing products, and in addition
you'll hear about the business aspects of on-demand printing.
The "PDF Print Publishing Day" Conference, Monday, April 9th. Here you'll
discover how to use the Adobe Acrobat PDF file format successfully in a print
publishing workflow, and you'll find out about software tools that are available
for PDF-based print publishing.
The "XML for Publishers Day" Conference, Monday, April 9th. This conference
focuses on how XML has changed the business of publishing, what lies ahead, and
what relevant products developers are working on.
The "E-Book Day" Conference, Tuesday, April 10th. At this conference, you'll
learn about the tough questions facing professionals who are making or selling
The "PDF for Electronic Documents Day" Conference, Tuesday, April 10th. Attend
this event to get a sense of where the Adobe Acrobat PDF format is today and
where it's going. You'll also find out about the advantages of using this format
for electronic documents. In addition, you'll learn about software tools for
publishing, and you discover how some corporations and commercial publishers are
The "Digital Asset Management Day" Conference, Wednesday, April 11th. At this
event, you'll find out about various Digital Asset Management (DAM) solutions
that are available, you'll hear a discussion about return-on-investment
analysis, and you'll discover how to optimize your DAM system for results.
The "Managing the Web-Enabled Company Day" Conference, Wednesday, April 11th.
Here you'll learn about content requirements for Web-centered business models,
you'll hear about the pros and cons of hosted services and applications vs. in-
house services and applications, and you'll hear from innovators who are
changing the way that companies deal with the Web.
The "Color Production Day" Conference, Thursday, April 12th. Learn about color
spaces and color profiles (ICC), RGB workflows, color proofing, and more.
The "Corporate Portals Day" Conference, Thursday, April 12th. Find out about
portal technologies, models, applications, and more.
The "Digital Imaging Day" Conference, Thursday, April 12th. Attend this
conference to learn about photography for the Web, digital video devices and
software, and other exciting topics.
49 tutorials are offered at Seybold Boston 2001. Here is a list of a few
of the ones that (in our opinion) are the most interesting:
Remember, you can get details about all this and more at
- Effective and Usable Web Interface Design
- XML in 180 Minutes
- Search Engine Strategies
- Web Color: Theory and Practice
- Simplified Color Management
- PDF for Prepress
- PDF Workflow
- XML and Print
- Crash Course in Writing for the Web
- Making the Transition from Print Design to Web Design