The past couple of weeks, I've been printing articles from blogs, newspaper sites, magazine sites, and a few course description pages from a few colleges.
And now it just hit me how great some of the experiences have been and how poor others have been. Images, margins, advertising, footers, etc. Some pages remove, resize, and re-emphasize exactly the right things for it to look great on the printed page.
Most of the time I'm thinking about digital platforms: web, mobile, desktop (the odd kiosk now and again). But anyone could choose to print from a website, moving it from the digital platform to the paper platform.
How do you approach designing and implementing for paper UX?