The future of print, part 3

Here's another envisioning of the forms that traditional print publications are going to take as tablet eReaders and computers become more prevalent. This one is from Penguin Books and shows what some interactive experiences might look like for younger children. 

Previous installments in this series were:


  • Yes, this is the future of magazines (and newspapers and books and ...)
  • The future of magazines, part 2
  • Thanks to Fast Company for leading me to this video. Happy viewing!

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