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The Pages Project is an online archive of book pages bearing marks, notations and other marginalia that explores the act of reading, each reader’s unique relationship to the material, and the nature of the book as a transitory physical object in a digital age. The goal of the project is to demonstrate the layered expansion of meaning and insight that occurs through the marginalia left by ordinary people within printed books.

The site won a Webby award in 2015 and has been covered by: The New Yorker, Fast Company, Yahoo Tech, HOW Magazine (Top 10 Websites for Designers), Mashable, El Pais, Global Digital Citizen Foundation, and O Magazine.

scope: 
web design