Be nice. Or else.
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The way the John Lewis logo looks on the mobile website is really awkward. The word "Partners" ends up microscopic. Upon scroll, the logo changes to an abstract stripe pattern, which looks nicer and more modern. One thing I would've liked to have seen here, is more consideration to how the logo will look in edge case contexts.
Thanks! It's small and dumb, but I thought it was pretty cool.
It's quite funny how mix-blend-mode can interfere with 3D transforms. It seems like a real edge case, and in my experience Chrome seemed to be affected the worst. Safari was pretty easy to get up and running etc. The saturation mode seems like it'd be interesting for making things black & white selectively.
Very good shout! Through doing this little thing, I found some really weird bugs with Chrome. For some reason adding mix-blend-mode meant two of the three 3D transforms just wouldn't render.
Edit: All fixed now!
I'm excited about this. I used to come here all the time, but as of recent there have been a lot of articles, that while some might derive some value from them, I'd consider them blog spam. I'm hoping that downvotes helps the community here help shape this into the place they want it to be.
Thanks Sean! Just a couple of days now...
I second Apartment Theraphy. I'm currently in the process of moving into a small 400 square foot apartment in East London, and their content on smaller places has been really useful to me. Although some things are written in the "listicle" format, I've not come away from reading anything feeling underwhelmed.
I went in with optimism, and although I like The Connector the most, I found myself trying to work out which one was the least awful. Honestly, a few of these come across as low effort unsolicited redesigns. However, these concepts are just early-stage sketches. High level ideas. So it doesn't make sense to be too judgmental.
Honestly, the whole concept of getting community feedback in the way they're approaching it is really cool and I'm excited to see how it turns out.
This absolutely clears things up, thanks for posting here. Adobe Design sounds like a fun place to be. I can't imagine what a challenge it is to bridge across 100+ products simultaneously. Looking forward to hearing more from you and the team!
Be nice. Or else.
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