At its core, a pageplanr project consists of the page plan, which finally makes cumbersome handmade plans like the one seen here superfluous.
Each page in a page plan has a certain status (e.g. “layout is ready”) and a certain page type (e.g. “text plus half-page display”). The status is visualised by a colour and there are corresponding icons for the different page types. This gives you an optimal overview of your production at all times.
pageplanr provides you with a set of status colours and page types right from the start. However, you can also define your own status names and page types in your account preferences at any time.
And to get a visual impression of the flow of your pages, you can upload an image for each page that shows the layout of that page. (If you work with Adobe InDesign, you can easily export corresponding image files from the layout file).
In the end, a page plan will look like this, for example:
Around the page plan, however, there is a multitude of features that give you further assistance in getting your print projects perfectly to the point.
The team chat, for example, is a very central function. Instead of sending endless emails between everyone involved, you can discuss all aspects and details of the production directly in pageplanr, distribute tasks and deadlines and always have all information easily available centrally.
With a detailed schedule you ensure that deadlines are never missed again. And with the budget module you have your costs easily under control.
The previews and attractive PDFs that you can create from your page plans help you to successfully present your projects to clients or editorial offices.