5 comments

  • Eduardo FernándezEduardo Fernández, 5 years ago

    I think overall they definitely considered the most important uses of the website. Having worked on soccer-related websites there are some overlaps in usage with others.

    Matches and Tickets seems a tad redundant though. I wonder if the users disliked searching for domestic games amongst the entire schedule when looking for tickets, or for what reason they did that.

    3 points
  • Arma GetronArma Getron, 5 years ago (edited 5 years ago )

    Looks very similar to the verge

    3 points
  • John CanelisJohn Canelis, 5 years ago

    Also noticed they're using "United Sans." I see what they did there :)

    http://www.houseind.com/fonts/unitedcollection

    2 points
  • John CanelisJohn Canelis, 5 years ago (edited 5 years ago )

    Interesting how on mobile, they placed the nav icon on the bottom, making it closer to your thumb.

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    • Paul JPaul J, almost 4 years ago

      unfortunately on iOS, since it's at the bottom it now require two clicks to bring up the menu due to how Safari auto-hides the tab bar on mobile, leaving the first click to showing the tab bar.

      on another note, who designed the redesign?

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