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Concise Content

What if responsive-design responded to a user comprehension goal instead of their screen size?


Concise Content gives users full control of the depth of their experience. This experience allows users to dive deeper into topics in the reading that they are interested in while keeping the rest present and digestible.


Modern readers of web content are looking for information quicker than ever before. A popular critique of the average web user is they lack the attention span and comprehension abilities of past generations. Concise Content rejects that notion and creates an experience that aligns with user’s intrinsic desires.


This web experience uses front-end coding languages that can be quickly applied to web articles to create intrinsically desirable web experiences. 

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“Simplicity is not the goal. It is the by-product of a good idea and modest expectations.”

“Simplicity is not the goal. It is the by-product of a good idea and modest expectations.”

The first line in every paragraph summarize what paragraph is about. When an article is reduced to these summarizing sentences, they become summarizing paragraphs. This process can be repeated until the content is reduced to a couple of sentences. Concise Content uses this concept to create a succinct reading experience that responds to the amount of time and interest a user has for content.

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As simple as possible, but nothing more

As simple as possible, but nothing more

If a user is only interested in a facet of the content, they can reconfigure the content by searching for the word and have the content paired down to only related sentences.

Read between the lines

Read between the lines

Finally, if the user has the time, desire, and energy to read the entirety of the content, a book in this example, then they always have the option to expand it all. Each part of this interface is designed to respond to the user’s desires, not just their screen size.