DBW is keen to discover the most impressive digital book designs and innovations, especially since the 2014 Digital Book Awards are now open for nominations.
Peter Meyers, VP of Editorial & Content Innovation at Citia, spoke with DBW about the some of the greatest digital-book designs that he has seen lately and what, about each of them, is genuinely impressive.
Petting Zoo by Christoph Niemann, for instance, includes responsive content that’s not so predictable but rather mirrors how people engage with objects in the real world. And, The Good Man by Pedro Ivo Hudson does something that Meyers thinks most publishers don’t do enough of: “getting readers to stop.”
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Via: Digital Book World