Be nice. Or else.
Internet Freelance Visual Designer Joined about 4 years ago via an invitation from Matt G. Thom has invited nik poon, Mike Godfrey, Tom Reddy, Sean McEmerson, Steven Craig and 7 others, Charlie Armstrong, Steph Burningham, June Frangue, Fab C, Felio Sotomayor, Brian Meise, Jack Templeman
No expert, but sorry to say the site years back ↛now is more brutal.. it hasn't changed. There's a certain CBA attitude which makes it great.
Few things to consider:
Give the site the entrance it deserves
Use '×' not 'x'
Different fonts [1/2 Sup — 1/2 Vut perhaps]
Utilising the collab pattern more [afterall what makes this concept so special?]
Adding more LV stuff you can dress it up with [that brand is rich full of visuals]
Can the lookbook be a book? Not just a couple flicks?
They used to have a Random cta. Can this randomize the page design? Push it.
Other than that, best bit's really the catalog scroller
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if you're that desperate get yourself a quick vpn with tunnelbear or similar
marks the spot
especially useful to separate each project / client palettes in the dock. you can share palettes as a number of different formats too..
Obviously if the single arrowhead was there then there wouldn't be an issue at all. The ability to use the keyboard and type the page number is great also.
However think back to the iconography of fast-forward and rewind. I may be wrong but I thought by just using the double arrow or quotation marks (>>), it simply translates to greater than, less than and skip.
Pagination should be important on a onboarding site, do consider changing the arrows.
perhaps it needs a different ending, like once you've bought, gone through security, boarded and sat down..
oh and can you change '>>' to '>' as I thought it would take me to the end not directly next
Nooo, I would pay to keep it alive or export the ffffindings
I quite like it. Although I hope this is a joke
Yeah it's terrible – I'd like to know the reasoning behind it
Be nice. Or else.
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