Be nice. Or else.
Nice, Henrik! I really like the app (I use it almost daily) and I love the rebranding. The only thing is that I for some reason think about the old OKQ8 logo. But hopefully I'll start to think about Tink instead when I see the old OKQ8 logo.
I don't want to be a dick. But before DN focus on changing the URLs they should focus on their search and add an option to remove Medium links from the feed.
This is not an answer to your question, and it's probably something that is common knowledge. Let's say you save your PDF from Illustrator, if you're on Mac, open the file in Preview app and then choose "File > Export", then “Reduce File Size” in the “Quartz Filter” select. Often times it saves me a lot of MB.
I haven't tried it myself since I don't own an iPhone, but a friend of mine is using it: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/notch-remover/id1277467873
First time in my life I felt the need for an iPhone.
Hi, it looks good, but one thing that annoyed me is that when you hover the menu it expands and my cursor is no longer on the menu item I intended to click.
I feel like doing drugs looking at this.
It wouldn't hurt to make the entire "item/card/whatever" clickable, especially since the hover effect lets you believe it is.
Other than that, it has potential to become a great resource!
I rarely visit theverge.com, so I don't know if it's been like this for a long time or if it came with the new design: what happened to the navigation on article pages?
Let's take these two articles as an example. There's no navigation on those pages. Am I missing something?
 - http://www.theverge.com/2016/10/31/13440952/extreme-weather-forecasting-new-york-mesonet-warning-system  - http://www.theverge.com/2016/10/31/13478080/microsoft-surface-studio-design-engineering-interview
Be nice. Or else.
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