LESS Hat 2.0 is here! Check out the full web at http://lesshat.com to see the amazing favicon ;)
Made with love by Marek from @abdoc.
Blue is too pointy? Shadow too stupid? Press L to kick me in the head.
4 months ago
Nice! I love it. I think you can only get away with a longshadow if you base it off the time of day. I recommend you use aware.js.
Nice idea @Jonno Riekwel ! Not too big of a fan of the harsh blue. Maybe it's personal but we get a dissonance by looking at colors that are really primary. Personally we like a little desaturation of a slightly different hue better.
Thanks guys for feedback :)
@Yummygum I personally feel like making this pointy to have bigger visual impact on visitor. It makes the site a bit more memorable. And I kinda liked it :)
Fallback for IE9 and IE8?
The blue is REALLY hard on my eyes.
At first I was like "What the fuck is he doing with that blue?!" But damn, it actually works so well!
I don't agree with the guys who say that blue looks bad. I love it and it fit perfectly with the rest. You've done really great work here. Interactions look lovely, too. I can say only one word: amazing!
That long shadow is just too much... It really doesn't make any sense to why it's there. The site looks rad apart from that. Loving the color.
3 seconds for me, that's the time I've spent on it till my eyes get burned enough :P
@Charlie Isslander :(
What if I told you...it wasn't really a shadow...but simply a shape...pointing your eye to a call to action...crazy...now do you want to know how deep the rabbit hole goes? Good..stop trying to make real life connections to 2d designs. Clearly the top right fork button is holding the whole website from falling due to gravity right?
Awesome design. Love the blue.
Okay, I'll be the first to say it: Why for dudes? That is very alienating to woman in the industry.
I will be sending you my medical bill soon, guys! I seriously didn't even have time to read the header and had to close it...
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