teachingliteracy:

ebookporn:

Creative merchandising of analog books can make a huge impact and improve discovery significantly so why does every ebook retailer feel the same? Amazon is nearly indistinguishable from Walmart and Overstock.com who are indistinguishable from Barnes & Noble and Kobo. In web design terms the retailer landing page  is like the front 40 feet of the retailer - in a bookstore this is where most of the sites sales happen. There has got to be a better user experience that engages the customer and encourages them to browse and discover.   ~ eP

Tokyo’s Tokyo, the comic shop that looks like a comic book. (via Rico Renzi) (via deantrippe)

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