I find it fascinating how companies around the world are making use of Quark’s ability to let you use a Web browser to create and modify QuarkXPress documents.
The latest example is a manufacturing company that has offices around the world. Designers in their main office produce documents that need to be localized for use in various languages. Their other offices, or even representatives on the road, can make new documents through a Web browser. They can even see the original document to compare their changes (or translations) while they are creating the new document. And even though they’re in a standard Web browser, they have access to the rich graphic and typographic controls in QuarkXPress, without using QuarkXPress. Pretty cool.
You can read about it here:
DTS Medien uses QuarkXPress Server 7 for ISY3 Web-to-print solutions
Jay Nelson is the editorial director of PlanetQuark.com, and the editor and publisher of Design Tools Monthly. He’s also the author of the QuarkXPress 8 and QuarkXPress 7 training titles at Lynda.com, as well as the training videos Quark includes in the box with QuarkXPress 7 . In addition, Jay writes regularly for Macworld and Photoshop User magazines and speaks at industry events.