PFSK on “E-Ink Book and Device Concepts Offer UX Alternatives”
A report by PFSK’s Rachel Pincus on the work of device designer Fabrice Dubuy.
From the article:
Dubuy has designed more than half a dozen devices, including an eBook that opens and closes called the flipBook, a reading-friendly phone that uses E Ink, and an RFID-based lectern designed for educational environments. The two-sided nature of a printed book, he argues, has been too quickly abandoned despite habits that have long been ingrained in us.
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