I’ve been working on numerous concepts of the WSJ during my vacation in the US. It is simple, the way I like it.
2 months ago
Aesthetically looks awesome! But I don't think it'd work looking at it content-wise and this is the most important thing on a site like this one. Honest opinion.
Very bold, very "Medium'ish"- I like it
Sharp as a knife, love the slider bullets. :)
Very beautiful work!
It feels like the spacing in the left column and the spacing in the main content area is not very balanced.
besides that, VICTORy! :)
While this doesn't remind me of the WSJ at all, I do love the overall look and feel of this page. Very classy and modern.
Classy work Victor, love the left timeline
Very very clean. I love it. But I do agree with Amarino. It resembles more of a start-up/small company blog. Still, again, very nice!
@Victor Erixon Nice work, man :)
I can feel Medium.com style here :)) Nice work!
Would this be after clicking into an article? The way I view news sites is like consuming as much information as possible one the homage page so that I can click into what I want to read, this doesn't do it for me. The lack of images also puts me off, because if there's an interesting article picture, I'd be more prone to read it.
I do agree that this looks like some start up blog, and just like a previous shot of yours called "Articulate Lessons." I think it would be beautiful in a blog context. For a news site, not so much.
Clean & beautiful. And good use of the sidebar with the timeline!
Looks amazing, I love the flat style and the way it's organized.
One thing's bugging me though: the author's profile picture looks a bit out of place in the inline text (it looks like it's too big for the small line-height).
Spot on !
love the picture... it's look great
Love the sidebar design !
@Elisa D'Alessandro This is obviously after you've clicked an article since it is highlighted on the left, so this isn't a home page design. It would be much more crowded with pictures, I promise.
@Erik Deiner I would be honored to show you the grid, it follows it precisely, he he.
I didn't say that you haven't followed the grid here, what I meant was that the side column feels more busy than the rest of the design, maybe if the right padding was also 40px or something, but anyway... :)
Stunning! Love this approach for a newspaper, very refreshing and elegant :)
shouldn't the timeline (time stamp) be reversed since you are going from "just now" on an ascending fashion? Another obvious thing is that it does not fit the WSJ brand nevertheless looks fresh.
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