There are three options for delivering your ebook:
PDF: For users who want a lightweight ebook that's easy to share.
HTML: For users who want a much more robust ebook that can be styled.
SaaS: For users who want to host their own ebook on their website.
There are a few different design options for your ebook:
Large PPT template: For users who want to use PowerPoint but need more flexibility. These have hundreds of slides and common design elements that you can customize, so you can be more creative!
Small PPT template: For users who need a focused and quick-to-consume ebook designed with a single slide. This is helpful if you don't need to put much effort into design or you're a newer editor looking for a quick course!
Google Slides template: For users looking for a design that's easy to customize. Again, you get hundreds of slides and design elements, but you can get really creative with a Google Slides template by just adding your own content!
There are two general ebooks you can design with:
Adobe InDesign: For users who are familiar with InDesign and want to customize the ebook further. InDesign is a great tool for designers and experienced editors, but it may be a little tricky for beginners to get started.
Microsoft PowerPoint: For users who are new to InDesign and want a quick-to-consume ebook with more of a Microsoft PowerPoint feel.
These templates include the following:
One free version of each template (for the non-designer crowd) that includes the basics you'll need to create your own ebooks
One free version of a more advanced design that includes a single page template and a two-page version of that template
An additional, more advanced design that includes a one-page and two-page version of that template
A bonus book design template (for experienced designers who are more familiar with the layout of the book). 827ec27edc