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Can Good Design Save Online Media?

A few design tenets online media outlets can follow to encourage slow, careful reading of important content

The New York Times‘ digital experience is best consumed slowly. Photo: David Smooke/Unsplash

By Ryan Hatch

AtAt a conference in Denver recently, New York-based creative director Jeffrey Zeldman gave a talk he called “Slow Design for an Anxious World.” The world in question was that of the wide…




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