Experience. Curiosity. Excellence.
Brady Type is an ebook conversion house and book production company, based in Toronto, Canada. Drawing on old-school typesetting and book layout experience, we bring the art of book design and typesetting to the rigorous code requirements of ebooks, marrying left- and right-brain functionality in the creation of your ebooks and print books.
We bring years of EXPERIENCE in trade book publishing to your project, a CURIOSITY about new technologies and markets, and the confident EXCELLENCE of book production professionals. We are committed to the art of type— full stop.
As a CUTTING-EDGE EBOOK DEVELOPER, Laura Brady is an active member and leader of the #eprdctn group on Twitter, taking full advantage of their collaborative approach to keeping on top of the latest technologies. Frequently mentoring colleagues new to the field, Laura has also branched out into training others in ebook development. Laura is also one of the primary planners behind ebookcraft, the premier industry event for ebook producers in North America.
Committed to the art of type — in print or digital format.
An extension of our commitment to faultless book layout, design, and markup has lead Brady Type to branch out into ACCESSIBILITY in ebook development. Leading workshops, and webinars on creating fully accessible ebooks from InDesign, in addition to working on rigorous accessibility checking standards means that Brady Type is well-positioned to help your content take full advantage of the democratic promise of digital publishing.
Brady Type has experience and drive. We are well-adapted to producing faultless product under intense pressure while maintaining timelines and controlling costs. We have a long list of satisfied clients, any of whom would attest to the high quality of our work and our abundant knowledge of all aspects of print and digital production. We excel at long documents — either designed to client specifications or following another designer’s template — but have the flexibility borne by varied experience and past challenges met.
Artwork by Derrick Schultz, Bustbright