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Why the Publishing World Needs Humane Design

Summary: How many times do you check your phone a day? Fifty? A hundred? A thousand? You’re still probably underestimating. If we’re anything alike, you check your phone even when you know there’s nothing new to see. You unlock it just to swipe through pages of apps or scroll through texts without tapping into any conversations.
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