Bloomberg blue is so hot right now
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Not sure what you're asking or not sure if you're understanding my (admittedly rather silly) sarcasm comment...
I prefer to call it IK blue myself: https://www.google.com/search?sourceid=chrome-psyapi2&ion=1&espv=2&ie=UTF-8&q=ik%20blue&oq=ik%20blue&aqs=chrome..69i57j0l5.1351j0j7
That's the one! Nice.
I'm continually impressed with the microsites Spotify has been putting out.
Why don't they use spotify.com for this? (e.g. spotify.com/foundthemfirst or foundthemfirst.spotify.com)
Because name.com (https://www.name.com/purchase/hosting) gives you a free domain name if you get hosting.
Because they hire agencies to do projects like this, and it is much easier and less expensive to have the agency manage everything rather than trying to integrate it into Spotify's .com.
Still no reason not to use a subdomain. It's just a simple case of updating the DNS and pointing at wherever the agency's hosting it.
Frankly these brand new domains look a bit dodgy, especially when you're being asked to log in.
I agree it would be nicer — but from my experience, agencies usually keep the sites separate on their end. Not entirely sure why. The ad world is wild haha.
I'm pretty sure a company like Spotify have developers who know how domain names work.
No doubt! But speaking from my experience at ad agencies, this is just the way some companies do it.
Beautiful site. Would love to see the kerning updated for mobile. The R and S are apparently scared of each other.
I would love to see this for Last.fm as well.