"The Streaming Book"
With more first-hand data, experience, and influence in the digital streaming space than possibly anyone else, Matthew Ball had a lot to say about what he's learned. "The Streaming Book" covers the in-depth history of streaming, outlining some of the complexities of the topic, and painting a clear picture of where we're headed in "the streaming wars".
After connecting through Twitter, I was stoked to take on such a unique project. Matthew had previously stumbled upon "The Network State"—another free-to-read, online-only book—and wanted to replicate the style of the reading experience. With full permission from the author, I moved forward building a near-replica in Webflow for Matthew's book.
The structure of the site is fairly straightforward, but challenging to set up with all the bells and whistles: Things like a progress bar at the top that visually represents both the progress on the current page, as well as the relative length of each chapter in the section. Set in Blanco by Foster Type, this site is truly a pleasure to read on, and I'm thrilled to have shared in such a unique project. Explore "The Streaming Book" via the link below.