Sockpuppet is a trello like app that makes it easy to organize the all team while writing articles. Articles can be discussed, written, assigned and scheduled for publishing.
It's a way to keep track of stories and authors for the digital publishing world.
Boost Tracker uses a Kaban board style to organise stories while in their different stages. The normal timeline of a story is divided into the Stream, which is the discovery phase, the Writing of the selected stories, where the admins can assign different stories to any author, the Titling of each and the final step, the Publishing, where the user can select on which time slot every selected story goes.
By using this workflow it is easy for the all team to keep on track with all the stories and who is doing what on the team.
The overall UI of sockpuppet.
The stories are divided into the 4 main sections of the story lifespan before publishing. The Stream, Writing, Titling and Publishing (the final step).
Modal wireframes showing the 3 steps of building a story: Choose a title, adapt the media to the content and preview it.
Multiple ratios are used on the different websites, so a custom crop tool was made to accommodate for this.
Some older iterations on the history modal (some more advanced features, like filtering, for example).