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Front-end developer / Designer @ eet.nu Joined about 5 years ago
I don't think it's weird, especially when you consider that the adult industry is the biggest industry online and probably also was the most innovating one for a while.
Also, believe it or not, some designers work on adult sites and they might find these old screenshots interesting (altho many seem to be stuck in 2006 and could be part of this gallery).
Sure is different! Oh.. https://mailchimp.com/resources/clear-last-years-inventory/
Why does this always happen in the design community? Someone comes up with a new style and everybody and their mother starts copying it, effectively killing the style (since it's overused). Rinse and repeat..
Obligatory "this isn't brutalism" comment.
Might wanna do some testing in Safari (Mojave 10.14): https://imgur.com/hzgNjIb (jumps to the top of the page after scroll->hover)
And here I am thinking our jobs as designers is to communicate things clearly so that people don't have to waste their time figuring something out... Ah well.
"Almost there! Free Gdoc Template", "You can get the template here (for free!)"
But not really. You want something in return; my e-mail address... So let's be honest; this file isn't free.
Knowing public files are a thing this leaves a bad taste in my mouth. It's also seem to violate GDPR since I have no clue what you're going to do with that data or why you even need it in the first place (not even mentioning the 8 third-party cookies your website uses...). Like I said, public Google Docs are a thing, just share the link so people can copy the file.. you know, like almost every other project made in Docs does.
Why do you want my name and e-mail address Pedro?
Wait.. you can nominate people to be on this list? That's a bit scary.. Do you approach people before you add them (guessing most people don't want to be associated with a site that literally puts people in a box)?
Edit: Just saw it's opt-out... That's crazy (and most likely illegal in Europe...).
Also, are these sites designed by the same person or are the people who make these sites just lazy?
Edit: I like the idea and shared it with some friends, just commenting on the execution.
Why would everybody born in the 80s love this (btw: the designer says he focused on the early 90s while designing this)? I'm an early 90s child and I grew up with mostly 80s content.. but I'd honestly prefer a site that doesn't require discovering... I also don't see the relationship between the early 90s and Laravel but that might just be me (is it because of the venue?).
You're getting downvoted because you felt the need to piss on something that's not even relevant to the discussion; people are talking about Samsung, not Apple. Nobody asked for a comparison (let alone a biased one...).
And you have the audacity to call other people sheeps? That's what I call irony...
Go somewhere else if you feel the need to trigger people, we don't need that here.
So I need to interact with this player for 50 some what minutes in order to see the entire documentary (constantly resizing panes to see every 'medium'), while paying attention to what is being said (in all kinds of languages, so sometimes I need to read while resizing)..? Yeah... no.
It's look great, it's cool and it's definitely creative.. but IMO, this player's experience is the opposite of user friendly.
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