The Pragmatic Publishing
(P3) is available for purchase separately
and exists in two versions:
A Standalone Version – with no
content, allowing people to create and maintain any content they wish, that
results in the creation of training presentations, associated exams, website
A Pragmatic Version – which include 100% of the base material
in all of Pragmatics frameworks – currently PF2, POET and PEAF, allowing people
to rebrand and modify as they wish.
P3 comprises a
coherent environment which automates much of the administrative tasks related
to the production and maintenance of the base material and the creation of
custom material. The platform uses MS PowerPoint as its base, utilising a
custom Pragmatic Ribbon to allow users to
manage the material.
Documents – Allow the
maintenance of the words for each component.
¨ Drawings – Allow the maintenance of the
drawings for each component.
¨ Images – Allows the generation of images.
Separate .png files are exported in five different resolutions -
one for Books, three for the website (thumbnail, normal and hi-res) and one for
the export folder.
¨ Image Testing – Allows supplementary functions
for testing image generation.
¨ Generate - Allow the generation of
PowerPoint and Word Toolkit documents
¨ Create Shows – Allows the creation of shows
using tags or the selection
¨ Tags – Allows the manipulation and
visualisation of tags which define each show.
Source Components - These files constitute the master files
of the Framework or Ontology that all other files are created from. Each
component is composed of a Visio file for the graphic and a Word document for
Toolkit – From these Components, any number of Book
Document and PowerPoint Presentations can be easily created, based on a
selection of the Components.
Website - Easily integrate your framework (images and
words) with your intranet to promote understanding and adoption.
Mobile - The images of your framework are automatically
exported to a folder (e.g. Dropbox) that can be synchronised to mobile devices,
allowing you to carry the core of your framework with you at all times, to
promote understanding and adoption.
Books – From the Book documents, physical books can be
Training courses consisting of presentations and associated exams can also be