Just wondering if anybody else does this - when scrolling, I move my mouse into a margin to avoid it going through content? I dunno if kinda bugs me getting my mouse in the way of my text and words.
Anybody else feel this or am I just weird?
I do this on almost every website.
The typography of the new site sure is pretty. The layout appears mostly untouched, though.
Also, I'm not sure if I just hadn't noticed it before, but the 'c' in the (refreshed) logotype is funky as hell.
That's because they had it updated by grilli type
I know, I just couldn't remember what it looked like before. This seems like less of a refresh than a full-on new drawing...
Link appears to break from the /?utm_source=designernews
I don't miss the previous homepage's tab system to reveal content (which was very annoying when you hit the back button from an article). But I loved how you could see backward to previous days you might have missed. They packed a TON of content above the fold that was very easy to scan and see what you might be interested in reading.Tucking the new reviews "below the fold" feels wrong. I think I may be bookmarking the "All Reviews" page and bypassing the home from the get-go. But that's just me. The reviews are what I've always been the most interested in (it's a part of my daily routine!).
EDIT: I miss the convenient links to Amazon Digital Music (replaced by Amoeba). And I am wondering if the Track Previews is currently disconnected? Usually a few albums had 1 or two tracks to listen to in their entirety. I see the headphones icon up top. Hm...
Can someone explain what this does? Is this some kind of search that is not implemented correctly?