bookleteer - create, share, print, make
A series of 2 hour sessions to help you make the most of bookleteer. We will help beginners get started and offer more advanced users advice on specific areas. You can bring a particular project you want to undertake, specific questions you want to address or come for an introduction. Sessions have a maximum of 6 places.
The sessions will cover such things as from basic level introduction to specific topics – such as designing project notebooks, embedding multimedia links via QR codes and preparing books for printing via our Short Run Printing Service. We will share our experiences and methods of using bookleteer to work with schools, community groups, museums, artists and in other settings.
Participants will become Alpha Club members, getting early access to new and exclusive features (such as the bookleteer API) as well as benefitting from discounts on Short Run Printing service and a free pack of medium size StoryCubes.
NB: please bring your own laptop with you
bookleteer is an online service to help you create and publish booklets and StoryCubes. It's simple, quick and free. Print and make them in minutes using only a pair of scissors, or share them online, anywhere there is an internet connection, computer and standard inkjet or laser printer.
Proboscis is the creative practice of artists Alice Angus and Giles Lane and our associates. We are based in a studio in Clerkenwell, London and work across the UK and internationally.
We create artistic projects of our own as well as collaborating with others to bring our expertise in social engagement, creative research, innovation and problem solving into other areas and contexts – what we call co-discovery for uncommon insight. Our projects and activities often help people create, communicate and share things they value in ways that transcend boundaries.
Collaboration and co-discovery are at the heart of our creative practice and ethos: involving innovative partnerships in fields as diverse as medical research, visual art, literature, film, music, community development, urban regeneration, environment and ecology, pervasive and mobile computing, anthropology and ethnography, mapping and sensor technologies.