Recently, we’ve discovered a very, very simple way of making your own cardboard, hard-wearing StoryCubes, using only: A free bookleteer account If you haven’t signed up for a free bookleteer account yet, do so here. A4 single label paper, suitable for Inkjet or Laserjet printers Full sheet label paper, available from any decent stationers (Avery [...]
Entries Tagged as 'help'
September 16th, 2011 2 Comments
June 6th, 2011 7 Comments
We’re really excited to announce a major new feature to bookleteer : an online bookreader allowing you to read and share your eBooks online. The bookreader is built in HTML5 and can be opened by standard web browsers – so now your eBooks can also be read on screen on a computer, laptop, smartphone (iPhone/Android [...]
March 6th, 2011 No Comments
We now have a Frequently Asked Questions page and User Forum for members of bookleteer to post questions, comments, tips and answers.
May 25th, 2010 No Comments
We’ve updated the help page to reflect questions arising from the new features and services we introduced last week. Please refer to it for information on the differences between designs, page sizes, image dimensions and ordering. Do please give us feedback (via this blog, our twitter account or by email) if you have further questions [...]
May 18th, 2010 No Comments
What Design Should I Choose? Proboscis have created 2 different eBook designs which you can choose from, both of which are available for A4/US and A3/Ledger sizes. Basic is a simple book design which places the title, author, a cover image and a logo image on the front cover. The eBook title, author, credits and [...]
May 1st, 2010 No Comments
We’ve recently posted some new videos demonstrating how to fold, cut and make up the 4 different types of Diffusion eBooks that can be made using bookleteer: How to make: Book Landscape Diffusion eBook from Proboscis on Vimeo. How to make: Book Portrait Diffusion eBook from Proboscis on Vimeo. How to make: Classic Landscape Diffusion [...]
November 4th, 2009 No Comments
Giles asked me to help put together some user guides for bookleteer so I took the opportunity of the first Pitch Up and Publish event to see how people went about using bookleteer and to ask them the kinds of problems they encountered. Having worked with the original Diffusion Generator it was really satisfying to [...]