• Julie Blanc

    graphic designer and paged.js developer
  • Lara Speicher

    Head of Publishing at UCL Press

Scientific publications on the web: html, enhanced, “webbooks”


The workshop will be in English

DATA: 24 novembre
ORE: 09:00
HALL: cyan
Who's Julie Blanc
Paged.js is an open-source library to paginate content in the browser in purpose of exporting PDF outputs from any HTML content. Based on the W3C specifications, it’s a sort of polyfill for Paged Media and Generated Content for Paged Media CSS modules. The development was launch as an open-source community driven initiative and it’s still experimental. Julie Blanc is a graphic designer, a PhD student and part of the paged.js development team. She plays a vial role in interpretating the PagedMedia CSS specs and testing if paged.js is compliant. She also does quite a bit of presenting about PagedMedia and how it works.
Who's Lara Speicher
UCL Press is the first fully open access university press in the UK, and it launched with its first books in June 2015. UCL Press publishes scholarly monographs, textbooks and journals in a wide range of subject areas, with particular strengths in anthropology, archaeology, built environment, architecture, education, sustainability, literature and translation, and history. UCL Press has now published over 125 books, and has a portfolio of 13 journals, and has achieved downloads of nearly 2.5 million around the world since launching. Lara comes from a publishing background and previously held senior editorial and management roles at British Library Publishing and BBC Books.