the video portraits are very creepy to me. distracted me from the content.
"did you take the photo yet?" - "no, we're recording a video" ...
Ditto and I kept trying to figure out how it related to the content. Still not sure.
Whoever did the frontend on this site has a lot of explaining to do. Scrolling is the primary way people interact with websites and this one kills it altogether. I don't understand these decisions. "Let's make the user click these tiny dots – or a button in the farthest lower-right corner." Fitt's law anyone?
79% of respondents say that social and cultural issues will play a significant role in their branding and marketing strategy in 2018.
You don't say! Social and cultural issues, really?
I also couldn't help but notice the mismatched data visualizations with no legends:
Surveys can be a great way to create informative content, but they only work if you ask the right questions and take the time to think about the best way to present your data.
The UX on this site is so BAD in my opinion!
2018 ui trend: giant faces that watch the consumer as they read — breeds intimacy and nurtures that personal touch only a disembodied head can bring