Feb 7, 2013
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What is a book in the age of the iPad? An interview with Craig Mod
Sam Byford talks to designer Craig Mod:
I think that there’s something nice about having a packet of information delivered, and part of why I talk about chunking together groups of articles in Subcompact Publishing is because I’m kinda of the mindset that users shouldn’t be forced to constantly pull to refresh, constantly be sucking on the teat of information, for an endless stream of new content. It should come to them when a certain amount of great content is read. That’s the idea.

What is a book in the age of the iPad? An interview with Craig Mod

Sam Byford talks to designer Craig Mod:

I think that there’s something nice about having a packet of information delivered, and part of why I talk about chunking together groups of articles in Subcompact Publishing is because I’m kinda of the mindset that users shouldn’t be forced to constantly pull to refresh, constantly be sucking on the teat of information, for an endless stream of new content. It should come to them when a certain amount of great content is read. That’s the idea.
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