Tablet devices have forced designers to “MKE A SHIFT” in the way they think about the layout and typography. In the printed matter, pages flow side by side. In tablets, they flow vertically. In print, the designer fully controls the final layout. In tablets, the user is who gives the last word. So, what are the implications for the design and typography? Liquid layouts? Liquid type? Parallax scrolling and text independent of the background? The purpose of this presentation is to discuss the challenges that the publication in tablets brings to typography. And how we could think less about limitations in digital layout and focus more on typographic new interactions that are emerging from them.
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