Our ebook distro service is rolling out customizable pages and adding direct Readmill support, so we're fixing up the A Book Apart download pages.
over 1 year ago
Like it dude, would the "Learn more about Readmill" be more effective (though granted more subtle) on the "iBooks/Nook/e-reader" line where it's closer to what may raise the question for the viewer?
@Max Di Capua: I tried it there too, but it felt more useful pulled out at the top. There are more complex versions of this page too (multiple books, bundles, full library, etc).
nice work, glad to see a new shot from you.
I love that you guys are embracing Readmill - such a good service and it will get great exposure from being supported by A Book Apart's great titles.
Also - naturally - like the page. One possible change - I think it would be great if the blue bar at the top matched the color of the book that was being shown on the page. For example, yellow for the Responsive Web Design title shown in this piece.
What do you think?
@Manik Rathee: Yep, tried that too, but it got to be a bit complicated with all the permutations of what goes on this page (see my last comment).
@Jason Santa Maria Ahh I see, didn't realise, def makes sense now :)
A new dribbble from JSM?! What a day! ;)
Nice work...clean & organized.
Cleanly style that I love.
@Jason Santa Maria - gotcha. Yea, that could certainly get messy if it gets beyond the use that this page shows.
Great stuff as usual.
You could reword the "Learn more about Readmill" link then. Something like "Sending this book over to [Readmill] is possible." Only "Readmill" on that sentence would be a link. :)
Nice work, @Jason Santa Maria
It's nice to see so many good projects in one portfolio! :)
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