6 comments

  • Tyler DeitzTyler Deitz, almost 3 years ago

    This is one of the best design-process articles I've read!

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  • Nicholas Windsor Howard, almost 3 years ago (edited almost 3 years ago )

    We said goodbye to our strong shadows, highlights and noise effects on top of our gradients.

    Why did you unquestioningly yield to the trend instead of sticking by the design decisions you originally deemed best?

    You urge, "Stay the course," yet you did the opposite in this case.

    1 point
    • Thomas PalumboThomas Palumbo, almost 3 years ago

      He mentioned it was removed to put the style of the content first.

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      • Nicholas Windsor Howard, almost 3 years ago (edited almost 3 years ago )

        How does the removal of shadows, highlights, and noise effects achieve that goal?

        (This is not a rhetorical question; I genuinely seek an explanation.)

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      • Nicholas Windsor Howard, almost 3 years ago (edited almost 3 years ago )

        To amend my question above, shadows, highlights, and noise effects do not exist solely as metaphorical lipstick. They play functionally and aesthetically important roles. Does this design team reverse all their decisions whenever a new ideology takes hold?

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  • Ted McDonald, almost 3 years ago

    Is anyone else bothered by the increased height of the tabs?

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