Big Web Show No. 66 | David Sleight on publishing, devices, and the web
IN BIG WEB SHOW Episode No. 66, Jeffrey Zeldman interviews veteran web designer and publishing creative director David Sleight about how traditional publishers can transition to creating successful digital experiences, and the (mostly conceptual) obstacles they will have to overcome to do so.
Topics discussed in this episode include: why publishers alternately blame technology and treat it as a savior; the downside for magazine publishers of Apple’s new retina display; why content thieves may be your best customers in waiting; content-focused responsive design versus printed page emulation; and much more.
David Sleight is one of the few people at the intersection of publishing and digital technology who actually understands both worlds. He is a web designer, creative director, and the founder of Stuntbox, a boutique interactive design consultancy based in Brooklyn, New York. Before launching Stuntbox, David helped build web-based textbooks at Pearson Education, and then went on to lead the Interactive Design department at BusinessWeek during one of its largest audience growth periods.
Listen to The Big Web Show #66: David Sleight.
- ipad3′s retina display will wreak havoc on the web
- optimizing web experiences for high resolution screens
- I tried to watch Game of Thrones and this is what happened
- Pearson Education
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