• Jason Lawton, 5 years ago

    I know we're supposed to "be nice, or else" but I can't stand that opening paragraph of text and inline images.

    6 points
  • Pedro Pinto, 5 years ago

    I think their point is to show that Yahoo didn't changed that much since the 90s (in term of their business model)

    5 points
  • Alfonse SurigaoAlfonse Surigao, 5 years ago

    Maybe I'm missing something, but at first I thought the CSS hadn't loaded for the page... apparently it's intentional?

    3 points
    • Connor NorvellConnor Norvell, 5 years ago

      yeah, i was a bit confused. and the text size in the main article... was too daunting to consider reading. Seems like the "old html" or 90's website style is coming back? ive seen like 6 site designs on here that are all 90s inspired... very odd

      0 points
      • Account deleted 5 years ago

        It works for the concept as Yahoo being an old 90's dot com company

        1 point
  • Atin Mittra, 5 years ago

    This is Bloomberg's "brand" these days. They like going with the 11 year-old coding a website 1999 style of design. It's REALLY starting to aggravate me.

    0 points
  • Sacha GreifSacha Greif, 5 years ago

    It's ugly, aggressive, unreadable… And yet somehow it's also the perfect design.

    (Although I admit this crime against aesthetics might be pushing it a bit far)

    0 points
    • jj moijj moi, 5 years ago

      I really really love that graph - it's so refreshing. #notsarcasm

      0 points