12 comments

  • Jan ZhengJan Zheng, 7 months ago

    it's nice, but you also have a footer with an infinite scroller... the footer disappears when more stuff gets loaded. It's like chasing a rabbit :P

    7 points
    • Blair Thomson, 7 months ago

      Ha — yes, aware of this, but saying that... the footer is easily available on all other content other than home page and in filtered searches... ie on a profile / archive item / etc.

      1 point
  • Blair Thomson, 7 months ago

    Thanks for sharing Nick. Really appreciate you picking up on it. Over time this will build into a much bigger resource. Many thanks again.

    2 points
  • Jonathan Li, 7 months ago

    This is awesome!

    Thanks for putting this together and sharing what great Canadian design is. Definitely bookmarking and sharing with the team.

    1 point
    • Blair Thomson, 7 months ago

      Thank you so much Jonathan — hope your team finds it beneficial. Keep checking over time as there is much more to come.

      1 point
  • Ian ClarkeIan Clarke, 7 months ago

    Amazing work from Blair at Believe In. One of my favourite sites, and a much needed archive of Canadian design.

    1 point
    • Blair Thomson, 7 months ago

      Hey — thanks Ian! Hope you're well sir. Thank you Google Analytics for bringing me here... ;-)

      2 points
  • Thomas Lowry, 7 months ago

    The design resource every designer/design student Canada needs to see. Amazing project.

    1 point
  • Ktrn DsrsKtrn Dsrs, 7 months ago

    I am canadien en calisse ! :)

    1 point
  • Sven LoskillSven Loskill, 7 months ago

    Beautiful Website. Sure needs more content, but that’s gonna come.

    As already mentioned: having to chase the footer? There sure is a better solution you can come up with.

    And, sorry for this, I know, it’s quite a german specialty to match the weirdest simple shapes to him. But once you see it, can’t unsee: Upper left looks like a little Lego Hitler.

    0 points
    • Blair Thomson, 7 months ago

      Ha — yes, aware of this, but saying that... the footer is easily available on all other content other than home page and in filtered searches... ie on a profile / archive item / etc.

      Sorry... can't see the Lego hitler... and I've been looking at this for a year. ;-)

      1 point