I'm a big big fan of a lot of different music styles. So I decided that the redesign of my blog is a perfect opportunity to add music recommendations. If visitors buy an album through a link of mine, I get a little kickback to support my own addiction.
Note: This isn't the final typography, I'll be using Typekit for that, and don't own the typeface I'll be using...
almost 3 years ago
Glad your using Typekit. I'm using it too, was a bit bored with the standard ones...
Looks great btw!
Yeah right...I remember when your username was britney4life...seems pretty one-style to me ;)
Dan Deacon is crazy/amazing/weird/WTF.
Maybe more contrast in type size between the headline/title and the blurb bellow. Thinking the paragraph below could be at least two or three point sizes smaller. Otherwise very simple and nice.
Thanks for pointing out Typekit :D
Gold Panda is awesome
I like it, and it's an excellent idea to share some great music while potentially making a little bit of profit. If I were to change one thing (and I know you mentioned typography isn't finalized) I'd bump the baseline of the buy links down a couple pixels. They feel like they're riding a little high.
That's really cool! When is your blog re design coming? :)
Smooth. The ol' using TypeKit and don't own the fonts problem is growing old. I find myself designing _in_ webkit more and more.
Loving the simplicity of this style. No frills, bring it home elegant.
You're all giving very valid feedback on the type. This is a screenshot from Photoshop, aka. the worst type rendering engine in the world. I promise it'll look better in the final sliced version.
I'm still chipping away at the redesign, taking my time for it. Still loving it so far, so that's a good sign :)
I like you.
Dude, you suck. I don't even know how you got an invite to this Dribbble thing — and now you want to recommend music?! Pff.
Guys, you have no idea how cool this thing actually looks in code (well the whole blog really)!
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