• Andrew WilkinsonAndrew Wilkinson, 5 years ago (edited 5 years ago )

    Let's just remember that this is where the iPod started out: http://cdn.makezine.com/uploads/2009/02/giantipodprototype.jpg

    We're iterating hourly, and taking everyone's feedback into consideration. Keep calm and FUCK I HATE IT WHEN PEOPLE SAY THAT.

    22 points
  • Jim SilvermanJim Silverman, 5 years ago

    Older Designer News

    7 points
    • Jody HeavenerJody Heavener, 5 years ago

      Huh. I guess this actually makes this version Designer News 3.0.

      1 point
    • Sean LesterSean Lester, 5 years ago

      Older also had some really nice qualities. I think the headlines feel even more comfortable and readable than even 2.0

      0 points
    • Tyler DeitzTyler Deitz, 5 years ago

      the older site design icon is pretty great

      1 point
    • Tim HelbergTim Helberg, 5 years ago

      This is the Bee's Knees!

      0 points
    • Andrew LiebchenAndrew Liebchen, 5 years ago

      1.0 was great, but I felt like Allan would just do things to be weird. This redesign is going in a solid direction. It just functions better.

      Check out my user id. I don't have much karma, but I've lurked around here since literally day one.

      0 points
  • Moaaz SidatMoaaz Sidat, 5 years ago

    Would love to have the main-content be centered again.

    2 points
  • Ian WilliamsIan Williams, 5 years ago

    I'm sure they'll iterate on this one, but the old design had much more clarity. Look how easily you can scan the headlines here.

    Best of luck to you all! I'm happy to be along for the ride.

    2 points
  • Fen O.Fen O., 5 years ago (edited 5 years ago )

    the menu hover bugs me because of that one pixel it's beneath the bar

    0 points
  • Tom WoodTom Wood, 5 years ago

    The DN team are smashing it. It's amazing to see hourly changes, to see feedback being listened to.

    Also, DN 1.0 was rad. Loved the headlines, the simplicity of it all.

    If there is a lesson to learn from where the iPod started out to where it was at it's best (4th gen), it was "keep it simple".

    DN will hopefully bear that in mind -- we don't need a ton of new features, we just need the features we have to be perfected.

    0 points