This Inbox Redesign Could Make You Hate Email Less [Pics]
Creative studio 1910 has proposed a makeover that would take the stress out of getting to Inbox zero.
Graphic design and art direction studio 1910 thinks typography is important. It is why they conceptualized a new Wikipedia layout, and why they have now proposed a re-design of basic email layouts. For 1910, better typography makes text more readable, and more readable means less stressful, more manageable and ultimately more enjoyable.
Emails are a funny thing – we love them and we hate them. Everyone strives to have an all-read inbox, but it can be hard to wade through the clutter. 1910 proposes a ‘Typographic Approach to Email’ which makes the words themselves the most important feature, clearing all the layout noise. The studio shares their motivation on their blog:
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