I wrote about some of the more offensive sexist articles on so-called "Hot" designers and, what I think, is a more effective way to combat these practices.
3 months ago
All around great. Design and article.
I recently ran across a link to one of these articles in my inbox and thought it was ridiculous. You'd think designers of all people would be above this type of bullshit.
Nice article. Glad to see you've been writing so much. I enjoy reading them, and envy the fact you've been able to do it.
RE the graphic: I don't know if this matters, but I think the left arrow feels visually lower than the right. I think it could be moved up along the curve a few smudges. Feels a tiny bit unbalanced.
+1 Well said and written! I don't even understand how people can be so ignorant. I'm glad I stopped following and reading 90% of the sites I used to. Our only power as consumers / readers is NOT to use or view or visit these sites, and companies products.
Your blog is fantastic man. Great design - perfect blend on those colors..did you use the blend tool are is that just slider fiddling to taste?
I enjoy your blog. And I agree...the more we talk about how frustrating the articles are, the more they get exactly what they want. I resisted the urge to google for the one your referred to. ;)
I always look forward to reading your stuff, man. Great work.
Great design and great article. I love your design style.
Looks like there's a lot more blue than pink in the illustration. You hypocrite. #friendship
very sexy, nice colors)
Thanks for the kind words. Except Alex. Never Alex.
Just worked with the gradients themselves masked over the shape.
Fantastic article! We all need to be vocal against these sorts of articles and as you say, without linking them and driving traffic their way.
Bravo for speaking up!
Pretty nice Justin, love the art direction on your logo. Clever
Well written, clever illustration – and most importantly thanks for speaking up on this topic! I wasn’t even aware of those sexist, ridiculous "25 hottest…" articles before.
Your stuff is always fresh @Justin Mezzell ! Love your stuff =)
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