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I'm just two weeks away from finishing my internship and I need to write a review (or essay -- not sure how to call it in English) of it. I chose to do it in iBooks Author as I am an iOS Game Developer. The only thing is that I've never used iBooks Author before and I don't really have much time left to learn everything (should've started earlier with the review :P).

Do any of you know a way to easily impress my teachers at school within iBooks? I've got all graphics of the game I wrote available and would like to add a somewhat interactive or animated version of them in the iBook.

The best thing would be something that won't take up much time but looks really nice.

asked Jan 24 '13 at 10:49

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edited Jan 24 '13 at 16:11

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i am sorry brother the iBooks Author requires some tutorials and pre praparation like how you want to design it and how it should be presented to the user where to place picture widgets etc

takes some time to get done but the rewards are high it tends to give you brilliant and if really well done stunning ebook or ibook not sure what to call it BUT if not done well also can be screwed up bad like writhing a calculator app that in its final stage says 2+2=22 bad

so my summing opinion is if you don't have time don't ibook author just stick to a good pretension which should have 1) pictures people tend to interact better with graphical images rather than simple printed words

2) divide according to catogary and write it point wise while explaining do it point wise it makes you look and feel like you know what you are talking about

answered Jan 24 '13 at 11:16

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