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Digital's effect on how we produce, distribute and consume content. - - - We will always debate: the quality of the paper, the pixel density of the display; the cloth used on covers, the interface for highlighting; location by page, location by paragraph. This is not what matters. Surface is secondary. What are the core systems comprising the future book? What are the tools tha Digital's effect on how we produce, distribute and consume content. - - - We will always debate: the quality of the paper, the pixel density of the display; the cloth used on covers, the interface for highlighting; location by page, location by paragraph. This is not what matters. Surface is secondary. What are the core systems comprising the future book? What are the tools that need to be built? As designers we will need to provide the scaffolding for these systems. The interfaces for these tools. Not just as surface, but holistically—understanding the shifting of emotional space, the import of the artifact, the evocation of a souvenir, digitally. How will we surface the myriad data just below the words of digital books in organic, clean and deliberately designed ways? How will we shape the future book?


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Digital's effect on how we produce, distribute and consume content. - - - We will always debate: the quality of the paper, the pixel density of the display; the cloth used on covers, the interface for highlighting; location by page, location by paragraph. This is not what matters. Surface is secondary. What are the core systems comprising the future book? What are the tools tha Digital's effect on how we produce, distribute and consume content. - - - We will always debate: the quality of the paper, the pixel density of the display; the cloth used on covers, the interface for highlighting; location by page, location by paragraph. This is not what matters. Surface is secondary. What are the core systems comprising the future book? What are the tools that need to be built? As designers we will need to provide the scaffolding for these systems. The interfaces for these tools. Not just as surface, but holistically—understanding the shifting of emotional space, the import of the artifact, the evocation of a souvenir, digitally. How will we surface the myriad data just below the words of digital books in organic, clean and deliberately designed ways? How will we shape the future book?

37 review for Post-Artifact Books and Publishing

  1. 4 out of 5

    Ernesto

    Fascinating Great read. An excellent observation of what the current and future state of publishing is. I am using it for one of my classes because it summarizes really well what I think about books in this age.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Dave

    Pithy, punchy, fun to see from almost 10 years out. The systemic thinking holds true, instantiation of the post artifact book still is waiting to be expressed.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Alejandro Masferrer

    Really nice book about the future of book and publishing. Not very technical, but inspirational.

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