Be nice. Or else.
Fans and purists will disagree but the new logo is excellent
right but the logo is for the fans, not design critics.
nielsen norman also did a good writeup of this a few years back. https://www.nngroup.com/articles/form-design-placeholders/
seems to be broken? there's a huge black space between intro and testimonials. no actual content. edit: on chrome
that's pretty bad but it's only january 9th calm down ok
i liked the part where he seemed to only recently discover that ads are for businesses not people. better late than never?
Upon further reflection, it’s clear that the broken system is ad-driven media on the internet. It simply doesn’t serve people. In fact, it’s not designed to. The vast majority of articles, videos, and other “content” we all consume on a daily basis is paid for — directly or indirectly — by corporations who are funding it in order to advance their goals. And it is measured, amplified, and rewarded based on its ability to do that. Period. As a result, we get…well, what we get. And it’s getting worse.
totally didn't realize you could scroll until i saw the comments here. dig it now that i've scrolled, though
i think it's perfectly fine, as long as you are sure they are rarely used and can set these optional fields to a useful default.
though, i would suggest changing the "+" button to something a bit more indicative of what's hidden. it's a bit ambiguous in context -- my first instinct was that the "+" would add another destination. a "more options" label or similar would help a ton.
I'm paid for full time remote work, yet my productive hours are around 4 to 5 each day. I still deliver top quality code and I'm praised by the CTO. I still think I should be doing more, but I find it physically impossible.