Nautilus Mobile Concept
Nautilus Mobile Concept

This concept came from a desire to bring into alignment the Nautilus desktop website with the mobile website. The goal was to create a mobile design that was a natural pairing-down of the full desktop experience.

Nautilus Mobile Concept
Nautilus Mobile Concept

This concept came from a desire to bring into alignment the Nautilus desktop website with the mobile website. The goal was to create a mobile design that was a natural pairing-down of the full desktop experience.

Nautilus Mobile Concept
Nautilus Mobile Concept

This concept came from a desire to bring into alignment the Nautilus desktop website with the mobile website. The goal was to create a mobile design that was a natural pairing-down of the full desktop experience.

Nautilus Website Concept
Nautilus Website Concept

This concept was an attempt to focus the Nautilus reading experience on content. The design employs a book-like table of contents along the left, and immersive content both graphic and text on the right, moving down in a continuous scrolling fashion.

Begins with a cover illustration associated with the theme '2050' (near future).

Nautilus Website Concept
Nautilus Website Concept

This concept was an attempt to focus the Nautilus reading experience on content. The design employs a book-like table of contents along the left, and immersive content both graphic and text on the right, moving down in a continuous scrolling fashion.

Next we see a grid of content whose order and choosing would be determined by an algorithm or manually edited.

Nautilus Website Concept
Nautilus Website Concept

This concept was an attempt to focus the Nautilus reading experience on content. The design employs a book-like table of contents along the left, and immersive content both graphic and text on the right, moving down in a continuous scrolling fashion.

Lastly is a linear list of chapters, as appears in the table of contents along the left. Each chapter is followed by the next.

Nautilus Mobile v1.2
Nautilus Mobile v1.2

A significant percentage of traffic to Nautil.us had been moving toward mobile when we decided to port our full desktop experience to a mobile site that was more suited to mobile-sized screens. A very similar version of this is what made it to final production.

iPad Reader
iPad Reader
iPad Reader
iPad Reader
iPad Reader
iPad Reader
Nautilus Mobile Concept
Nautilus Mobile Concept
Nautilus Mobile Concept
Nautilus Website Concept
Nautilus Website Concept
Nautilus Website Concept
Nautilus Mobile v1.2
iPad Reader
iPad Reader
iPad Reader
Nautilus Mobile Concept

This concept came from a desire to bring into alignment the Nautilus desktop website with the mobile website. The goal was to create a mobile design that was a natural pairing-down of the full desktop experience.

Nautilus Mobile Concept

This concept came from a desire to bring into alignment the Nautilus desktop website with the mobile website. The goal was to create a mobile design that was a natural pairing-down of the full desktop experience.

Nautilus Mobile Concept

This concept came from a desire to bring into alignment the Nautilus desktop website with the mobile website. The goal was to create a mobile design that was a natural pairing-down of the full desktop experience.

Nautilus Website Concept

This concept was an attempt to focus the Nautilus reading experience on content. The design employs a book-like table of contents along the left, and immersive content both graphic and text on the right, moving down in a continuous scrolling fashion.

Begins with a cover illustration associated with the theme '2050' (near future).

Nautilus Website Concept

This concept was an attempt to focus the Nautilus reading experience on content. The design employs a book-like table of contents along the left, and immersive content both graphic and text on the right, moving down in a continuous scrolling fashion.

Next we see a grid of content whose order and choosing would be determined by an algorithm or manually edited.

Nautilus Website Concept

This concept was an attempt to focus the Nautilus reading experience on content. The design employs a book-like table of contents along the left, and immersive content both graphic and text on the right, moving down in a continuous scrolling fashion.

Lastly is a linear list of chapters, as appears in the table of contents along the left. Each chapter is followed by the next.

Nautilus Mobile v1.2

A significant percentage of traffic to Nautil.us had been moving toward mobile when we decided to port our full desktop experience to a mobile site that was more suited to mobile-sized screens. A very similar version of this is what made it to final production.

iPad Reader
iPad Reader
iPad Reader
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