The footer I was working on earlier for a bit of a rework of my site (though not a huge departure). Still rough and lots of little stuff to clean up, but the basic lockup is there. And it took me longer than I expected to get here.
almost 3 years ago
lol @ "sunny Brooklyn, NY"
Doesn't it always take longer than expected? I've started to add 50% to any estimate I make, seems to work out for the most part.
Anyway, good stuff.
Can't wait to see the final product. Looks awesome!
Love "Furthermore" as a call to action.
@Thierry Blancpain: I think it always takes longer when you're designing something for yourself that represents what you do.
@Nick and Thierry: Bingo. If this were for a client I would've been done days ago.
The padding between items seems like it differs from topside to the sides around the keylines. Was that intentional, a proportional thing, or for focus?
lol @ "Article RSS" :P
Looking good Jason! :)
@Luke: Like I said, still need to clean stuff up :)
Looks great! Looks like it's centered and no longer left aligned. Can't wait to see it.
So this means I might finish the McLuhan stuff I'm working on in, say, another year or so...
I am noticing that "Daily Photography", and "Oddities & Diversions" are missing/gone.
Looking good, can't wait to see the rest of the updates in their natural habitat.
Where's the sIFR text?
@Dave Joyce: Still mulling that one over. The comp is currently centered, but I'm second guessing myself about giving up the ability to bleed images off the left side like I can on my current site.
@Shane Guymon: Yep, Oddities stuff will just get folded into the normal posting stream (not unlike a Tumblr setup). Photos will be on Flickr now instead of on my site.
@Patrick Haney: Aside from a few old posts, I stopped using sIFR on my site long ago :)
This is sooooo much better then the old footer. The visual "movement" and hierarchy is just perfect. No visual clutter at all.
Everything is easily recognizable and you can not only scan it much faster as a whole, but also inside each individual block.
I like this because it's proof that it takes everyone a lot of work sometimes.
Looks awesome! What typefaces did you use?
Can't wait to see your work live.
Why in your image I can't click on various links provided?
Didn't realize you were in Brooklyn, too. Although, I wouldn't call it sunny. Especially as of recent.
2011 is the year of the circle crop avatar.
Liking this a lot.
@Frank: Ha, clearly I've been wanting to use it for a long time. :)
I'm late to the party but what are those icons you used for your social networks? They are so tiny
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