Mandy Brown

So eloquently put.

We design pages for clicks–for movement from place to place–neglecting the fact that reading is an act of stillness. We intentionally distract, polluting the visual space until it resembles less a library than Times Square. And to add insult to injury, we cover up these ills by saying people don’t read online–as if the design of a space played no part in determining its use.

Mandy Brown