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Bradley Taunt

Bradley Taunt

Product Designer Joined over 4 years ago

  • 12 stories
  • 29 comments
  • 71 upvotes
  • Posted to Feedback on website design: amicable, Aug 23, 2019

    Overall, it lets me know right away the who, what and why - which is refreshing not having to jump around figuring that out.

    Some initial points (based on only a couple minutes with the website):

    1. The typeface. Since the content revolves around such a serious topic as divorce, I think the type should be set in a more professional style type. Right now it looks a little too lighthearted or "fun"

    2. On mobile it isn't the best UX to have both a fixed positioned header AND CTA at the bottom. That ends up eating roughly 100px of my screen real estate.

    3. There seems to be a minor issue with the initial load of CSS in a user's first visit (pops in the styling while loading). Might want to look into critical CSS or how your pipeline is structured.

    Other than that the site does its job telling me immediately what service it provides. Some of the copy could be further improved but that's not really the focus of this comment. :)

    0 points
  • Posted to I’m building a new blogging platform, Aug 04, 2019

    I love seeing new concepts evolve in the blogging space. Another good alternative you might be interested in is https://blot.im/ (uses Dropbox as a blog)

    0 points
  • Posted to Stubborn - Free Illustrations Generator, Jun 18, 2019

    If having illustrations for your startup is critical to your marketing / branding, then you should be hiring custom illustrations from illustrators. Grab your own unique style instead of being a carbon copy of every other tech start-up. It is worth the money (if this is truly important to you).

    I'm all for the concept of companies / people sharing ideas and giving back to the community, but I feel like our industry is making illustrations feel like second-class citizens. "Why bother hiring a talented illustrator when you can just throw together your own!"

    Just my 2 cents. If this works well for you - more power to you.

    3 points
  • Posted to Designers for Open Source?, Jan 07, 2019

    I've always loved this concept, but have you checked out https://opensourcedesign.net ? Not sure if it 100% fits what you're thinking.

    5 points
  • Posted to What are your favorite fonts right now?, in reply to Florian Karsten , Dec 22, 2018

    I'm using it on my personal site: bradleytaunt.com (although that's not really a "project").

    I haven't used it extensively in any large UI system yet, but I think it's pretty clean :)

    1 point
  • Posted to Remote Design Jobs - A weekly newsletter, Nov 19, 2018

    Just a small side-project I put together for fun. Wanted to make it easier for designers to find a list of remote design opportunities in one spot (and directly to their email as well)

    Only 2 issues in so far - but looking forward to seeing it grow!

    0 points
  • Posted to Mailchimp Brand Refresh!, Sep 27, 2018

    They have lost all original personality that their original brand / site had. Really disappointing that everyone seems to be following this child-like illustration style as well.

    1 point
  • Posted to Dribbble redesigns its shot view?, Aug 21, 2018

    Fuzzy shots everywhere now...

    9 points
  • Posted to Advanced prototyping is now within reach, thanks to Framer X, in reply to Amir Gabriel , Aug 15, 2018

    Could not agree more with this.

    5 points
  • Posted to Normalize browsers' default style, Feb 08, 2018

    This is really nice! I also like using Tommy Hodgins' extremely minimal "reset" CSS as well (for those looking for even a smaller footprint)

    https://github.com/tomhodgins/preset

    0 points
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