Recently I had the opportunity to redesign the Squarespace Blog; we released it yesterday on our ten year anniversary. Throwing old blog conventions out the window, we tried to create something with editorial qualities that are typically only seen in print design. The web has come a long way, and pushing it’s limits never gets old.
It was a blast to make, and improvements are on the way!
(Yes, I have a thing for mountains.)
about 1 month ago
Billy! This is beautiful.
Fantastic. Congratulations are in order to @Squarespace, you have changed my life.
Cripes, this is nice.
This is so impressive. You nailed the idea of print. It works so well. Thanks for the inspiration.
fantastic work man
Love all the clean approach done by you guys. Your sir are one of my best influences/inspirations. Keep it up!
Guys, seriously!! Why don't you have such awesome templates for us, your customers?! :-) I really, really, really need a blog template on squarespace...
@Tyler Thompson Thanks man!
@Petr Šulc There's a lot of good stuff on the way ;)
Well done. I will definitely be investing more time reading the blog now.
Nice ! I wish you could scroll down even if your cursor is on the left side of the page.
Mmmmmm the functionality is so on point. Love it!
Finally :D Amazing work done here!
Looks amazing! Really well done.
1.) I'm getting a double scrollbar on individual posts in the tablet & mobile orientations (Chrome v.31). Just thought I'd pass it along.
2.) I find it a little odd that the "More Articles" link/trigger is in the top right corner, but the list slides in from the left. That might just be me though.
However, very nice work all around.
Amazing play off of the existing structure.
@Billy Sweeney this is gorgeous. Great implementation of a clean print aesthetic.
Love this anticonformist print style.
This is super crisp man. Big fan of your work.
Oh my gosh, this is sooooo good. I stared at it for hours, clicking and hovering all the things. This is great!
Ahh so refreshing!
I love this from the bottom of my heart - and I love the irony, using a print layout and adapting it for web use - any ux/ui guru suggest forgetting about print when it comes to webdesign.
Amazing. Great balance between usability and modern design!
LOVE the look. I'd recommend putting another "Next, Prev" link at the bottom of the article. Maybe even with thumbnail images? It's not super compelling to keep reading more articles.
This is beautiful. I went to the live site and it's such a fluid experience. Very nice!
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