Sunday, October 14, 2012

The New York Times has graciously provided us a great test case for the long-running discussion of vertical scrolling versus horizontal paging in digital reading experiences.

To my eyes there is no contest. The comfortable measure and web-native vertical scroll behavior of the web app is far superior to the app store multiple-column layout from an ease-of-reading perspective.

Which experience do you prefer?

The New York Times has graciously provided us a great test case for the long-running discussion of vertical scrolling versus horizontal paging in digital reading experiences.

To my eyes there is no contest. The comfortable measure and web-native vertical scroll behavior of the web app is far superior to the app store multiple-column layout from an ease-of-reading perspective.

Which experience do you prefer?
The New York Times has graciously provided us a great test case for the long-running discussion of vertical scrolling versus horizontal paging in digital reading experiences.

To my eyes there is no contest. The comfortable measure and web-native vertical scroll behavior of the web app is far superior to the app store multiple-column layout from an ease-of-reading perspective.

Which experience do you prefer?