Baby don't hurt me.
Impossible to read without singing!
Don't hurt me...
At the end they give you a certificate of completion!
Worth it just for this.
Congrats, man! Now you know what code is!
The blue guy called me out for looking at the article and not reading it.
Check your console for an important message.
I'm totally infatuated with this style of anti-design (but clearly considered) at the moment.
It'll be an interesting future if this get's used more.
Not that I want to apply a label to anything a-la 'Flat Design' shudder, but I wonder if there is a term that describes this somewhat nostalgic style of digital chaos...
I don't know about "anti-", but this is definitely deep deep in the "weird" design trench.
I absolutely love it. I think organizations that can get away with pushing the envelope get a lot more out of it than conformists. But moves like this are very bold, and tend to instantly transfom your perceived personality.
Its an offshoot of the vaporwave visual aesthetic.
Not really. I hate pigeonholing but It's mostly derived from traditional print graphic design and the anti-swiss / Yale design school of thought. Not new, just becoming more popular I think as people are becoming tired of how recent web design has become so templated and designers wanting to break rules and experiment. Bloomberg is a magic place that lets their designers take risks and flex. Dream job for sure.
I think you're both right. Aesthetically this is more anti-swiss, however, the reason this is coming back is because of the vaporwave trend.
Anti-design / warped retro as a whole is in right now due to vaporwave / seapunk
Bloomberg slays it. Every time.
That is one of the most impressive web article I've ever read.
Bloomberg, you got LSD all over my website again.
i think bloomberg might be overdoing the weird.
I love it.