Why analogue design still endures

Nemlig! “The digital revolution was supposed to bury everything from film cameras to record players to pen and paper. But after a long, slow slide many of these analogue objects are undergoing a renaissance.”


Choosing to use analogue processes and products permits design with minimum distraction and interference ­­– no Instagram checking, no emails, no pinging sounds to interrupt the process. Its results are far from perfect or polished, but they also don’t tend to get bogged down in details, such as the precise shade of blue the font should be, when you really just need to write the text or get doodling.

Læs mere på BBC , køb “The Revenge of the Analog“, ellers læs New York Times’ artikel om bogen (som vi altså ikke selv har læst endnu).