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New York Designer / Co-Founder Joined about 5 years ago via an invitation from Edo K.
Thanks for all the constructive and non-constructive comments :).
I would like to point out that this is not a commercial/client project where I force you to read, understand and like the design. It's a personal exploration where I was trying a few new things visually, more so, the new layout scale and animation features in ReadyMag platform. Sometimes I need to experiment a little on the side in order to learn some "new tricks" that I can later incorporate into my work.
I am not promoting this project, nor saying "Look at this design! This is how you do it." Note, that I was not the one who even posted it on DN.
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Thanks for sharing this on DesignerNews! Yay! Please read our case study about this project too: http://work.antonandirene.com/zumtobel/
I did it on GoDaddy.com
Thanks @Evan for posting this! I actually posted this link here a week ago when I launched the project and nobody cared :) joking You post it and there are all this upvotes. Yay!
It's Aktiv Grotesk
I was actually flying with Norwegian this weekend from Oslo to NY. First I could not find Check In online for quiet a while, scrolled all the way to the footer. Then they don't even allow online check in, they force you to download the app instead.
I mean ... there are two things at least each airline site has to do: 1. Allow to buy tickets and 2. Check In.
This site is amazing! Who did it?
I had similar experience with Teenage Engineering OP-1 (not that I am comparing it to Push 2 in any way). But the moment you turn it on, you have no idea what is happening. But it is designed and feels in a way that invites you to start trying out until you make something cool. Something that Nintendo would design. That's the power of good design!
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