Reading a PDF is often like dancing with an awkward partner: you need to constantly shuffle left and right, up and down, trying to readjust to something that just doesn’t fit.
The problem with most PDF documents is that they’re just scanned in pieces of paper, meant to be read from top to bottom on a 8.5 x 11 sheet. But computer screens are wider than they are long, so either you need to zoom out so far that the text causes an early onset of glaucoma, or you need to rock the scrollbars back and forth at the end of every sentence.
Our concerned with eye strain, hater of scrolling, lover of usability designer Phoebe created a PDF format for Manifestos that’s actually meant to be read on screen. It’s horizontally oriented and each page is designed to perfectly fill the screen from end to end.
Did we mention you can print manifestos, too? Just set your printer to landscape mode and you’ll have a beautifully designed manifesto ready for it’s spot on the coffee table.