21 comments

  • Tom BradyTom Brady, over 5 years ago

    The navigation is a UX nightmare.

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    • ポール ウェッブポール ウェッブ, over 5 years ago

      Oh wow!

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    • Ed AdamsEd Adams, over 5 years ago (edited over 5 years ago )

      This isn't constructive. None of us are going to get any better if the people we ask for feedback dismiss things as "a nightmare" without providing any constructive criticism to improve. DN does not need comments like this.

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  • Scott de JongeScott de Jonge, over 5 years ago

    The message "Please turn your device to landscape mode (like you're watching video)" is set to show at a width that I view websites on my iMac. Seems like forcing people to have a specific screen may not be the best approach for the content.

    Side scrolling is way to fast, instead of moving 50% of the viewport it accelerates straight to the end of the page.

    I agree that the menu icon is somewhat unnecessary seeing as the nav items only open a modal.

    Might also want to remove those development console logs, and look at combining and minimising your build assets (Javascript and CSS) to avoid multiple network requests.

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    • ポール ウェッブ, over 5 years ago

      I did very a very simple calculation for that message, I can update it for mobile devices specifically.

      Oh yeah, I knew I forgot to minify something! Side-scrolling is an issue I'm still trying to find a solution to.

      Thank you for your input! (:

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    • ポール ウェッブポール ウェッブ, over 5 years ago

      I've implemented changes to the site, still need to experiment with the scrolling a bit more though.

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  • Philip Bordallo, over 5 years ago

    Honest question: why link vertical user scrolling to horizontal movement?

    On any input device with more than one axis of scrolling (i.e. Macbook trackpad) it's a very awkward experience. Scrolling up or down moves you left or right and scrolling left or right makes the page jitter and jump around.

    I understanding wanting to get users to discover vertical content based on their norms (scroll down to see more), but this seems counter intuitive to what users expect: scrolling in a specific direction will show me content in that direction.

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    • ポール ウェッブポール ウェッブ, over 5 years ago

      Honest question: why link vertical user scrolling to horizontal movement?

      Simply put, I wanted to. The catalogue layout I had in mind looked/worked better as a horizontal site. When the site loads, you can see part of a photo on the right. That would infer there is more to see if you scroll right. If I didn't make the vertical scroll do anything, that would be a broken experience for users.

      I don't think we should make all websites do the same thing they've always done for the sake of user expectations. Any visitor will discover very quickly how to use the site.

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  • Ed AdamsEd Adams, over 5 years ago

    Be careful about the hamburger icon with the middle line cut short. Especially so close to the logo, it doesn't look like a menu icon at all. You should maybe make all three lines the same length, larger, and put a border around them so it's a bit more menu-y. I only found out it was a menu icon by clicking it.

    Also... without wishing to cause offence, what's up with that URL? :)

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  • ポール ウェッブ, over 5 years ago

    Hey everyone!

    This site is for a my lil' space-centric clothing brand I started. The shirt and hat are designed by me too. (:

    Let me know if there are any bizarre bugs. Hope you enjoy!

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