Book Sprints facilitates World Wildlife Fund using Editoria

Editoria’s community is full of forward thinking publishing organizations. Book Sprints is one such organization. This means taking organizations including Cisco Systems, USAid, Open Stack, and many others from zero to book in five days.

This week, the Book Sprints team is in Washington, DC working with the World Wildlife Fund to explore systems theory and share stories of systems change. This means that Editoria is hard at work supporting the sprinters who author and edit their content in the browser using a flat collaborative workflow within the system.

WWF sprinters leveraged the magic of Paged.js to export edited, automatically typeset content within the browser. This includes the convenience to tweak CSS rules on the fly and sync to view design updates in seconds.

To learn more, or to keep up with Book Sprints’ world travels visit https://booksprints.net and sign up for the. newsletter, also follow along on Twitter at https://twitter.com/booksprint.

 

 

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