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Scribe: Publishing, Well-Formed.

Since 1993, Scribe, through technology, service, and community building, has helped efficiently develop durable well-formed publications.

Services

Scribe's editorial, production, and conversion services result in books that are well conceived, expertly edited, and masterfully produced. Our talented and educated staff see to it that your content is ready to publish in any format, now and in the future.

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Well-Formed Document Workflow

Scribe’s Well-Formed Document Workflow (WFDW) is the industry’s best XML workflow, empowering subscribers with the ideal tools, practices, and processes to produce both print and electronic publications. A WFDW subscription includes full training and implementation according to the needs of your organization.

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The Well-Formed Document

For 21 years, Scribe has not wavered in extending the concept of the well-formed document throughout publishing. This paradigm is both the kernel of our philosophy and epitomizes our day-to-day practices. Our ultimate aim is to help publishing thrive—one book at a time—by employing today’s technologies to capture tomorrow’s opportunities.

Well-Formed Document (blog)

Featured Projects

Ecology of North American Freshwater Fishes
University of California Press

The ACP Hospitalist
American College of Physicians

Reevaluating NAFTA: Theory and Practice
Palgrave-Macmillan

E-Book Enhancement Project

The E-Book Enhancement Project (EEP) brings artists, computer specialists, publishing professionals, students, and readers together to advance book development.

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Our Partnerships

Scribe’s singular focus enables unlimited possibilities. Scribe is front-end publications development. The collaboration, technology, and partnerships we have forged enable you to get the most from your publications.

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What People Are Saying

"I am impressed with the speed and skill that you and your staff bring to this process of converting often corrupted files to produce a final product that is to our exact specifications."
Althea McCleary, Electronic Product Development Manager, Taylor and Francis