Edit, Translate, And Review Your InDesign Documents In A Web Browser

After 10+ years working for Adobe as an InDesign/InCopy evangelist, I’m now working for an Adobe partner called 1io.

What We Do

1io develops a web browser based collaborative workflow solution called one2edit for editing, translating, and reviewing live InDesign documents. It’s a way of putting the actual InDesign document in a user’s web browser instead of trying to turn them into fully trained InDesign and InCopy users, or instead of passing dozens of PDF, text, or XML files around via email for editing, comment and review. People involved in these collaborative processes are often MS Office people who need an easy, efficient way to perform these editing, translation and review tasks. They don’t want or need to become InDesign or InCopy users.

one2edit editor web application

This is a screen shot of an InDesign document in one2edit's web editor application.

So, if you’d like to learn more about how to clean up, streamline, and reduce the costs of your editing, translation and review workflows for your InDesign documents, and achieve a 40 to 60% reduction in those process costs, give one2edit a look. You can arrange a demo with me.

For printers and developers, one2edit has extensive RESTful APIs for integration with back-end asset management systems, ordering, and other workflow systems to create web2print products.

In my next few posts will be about one2edit product features and benefits for editors, translators, reviewers, and online document template users.

 

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2 thoughts on “Edit, Translate, And Review Your InDesign Documents In A Web Browser

  1. Smitha says:

    Hi,

    Wondering if we can display and edit indesign tagged text files and not just the indesign document?

    Thanks,
    Smitha

    • Tim Cole says:

      For translation purposes? one2edit enables you to export the assigned text content in Excel and two XML formats. The XML formats are XLIFF, and our own variation of XLIFF. The purpose of the XLIFF formats is to enable you to extract the assigned text content and load it into a translation management system like Trados, Across, or any other system that ingests XML for editing or translation.

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