Although e-readers are extremely convenient and even beneficial to the world of literature, there's is something about the feel of a physical book that cannot be replaced, but the Digital eBook comes close. Instead of the typical tablet e-readers, this one opens up like a book, providing users with two screens.
Designed by Karim Zaouai, "the Digital eBook feels like a lightweight hardcover book in your hands, and you flip through the pages by simply pushing the two screens slightly together," as described by Dvice.
The Digital Ebook by Karim Zaouai Mimicks the Form of a Real Book
1. Two-page E-readers - The trend of designing e-readers with two screens provides a more immersive and book-like reading experience for users.
2. Physical Book Experience - The trend of mimicking the feel and experience of a physical book in e-readers creates a bridge between traditional and digital reading formats.
3. Innovative E-reader Design - The trend of exploring new forms and designs for e-readers opens up opportunities for disruptive innovations in the digital reading industry.
1. E-readers - The e-reader industry can leverage the trend of two-page e-readers to attract book enthusiasts looking for a more authentic reading experience.
2. Publishing - The publishing industry can explore partnerships with e-reader manufacturers to optimize content and design for the trend of a physical book experience on digital platforms.
3. Product Design - The product design industry can capitalize on the trend of innovative e-reader designs by creating user-centric and visually appealing devices that redefine the reading experience.