I honestly never heard of Readmill before, but seeing this I wish I had. This just might help me to read more: a thing I've been wanting to do but never quite found the motivation for. It's amazing what great design —like this— can accomplish.
This is a perfectly executed use of flat design.
To their credit, they were doing it before Allan even came up with the term.
It looks absolutely beautiful. Except, the app is really hard to understand. You can archive your books but not delete them. And ones you've archived them, I don't know where the book went to. Is it also possible to completely delete a book from your library?
You can actually delete books although its not easy to access.
I was hoping Readmill would release an iPhone app. While I've not really used the social side of the service all that much, their iPad app is beautifully designed, and their 'send to Readmill' feature – being adopted by many indie publishers – is brilliant.
Thanks for the kind words, glad you like it. We're working on lots of things, especially around improving the social parts of the app. Let me know if you have any questions!