Poking around with a blog design concept tonight. The background of the blog list would change every time a new blog is posted, the image in that left column would dictate it changing.
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Just a rough start after a couple hours of work of iterating on ideas. Very interested in getting some constructive feedback on this.
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over 1 year ago
the first impression is very restless.... I think it are the background colors and the blurry edges
And the text can use more space. I hope this helped you
@Nick Sloggett Thoughts? I'm not sure I'll go in this route. Was a quick concept idea that I enjoyed the direction, though maybe not the right one. I love the idea of having the design of each blog being unique and different and this was a subtle way to do that.
@Vincent Dekker More leading between the lines? Or space between the header, footer, etc. Interesting impression - and definitely not one I want to give. Thanks for the feedback!
@Timothy Whalin Oh sorry I meant the padding around the text. So It gets more space between the borders of the box and the text itself.
Cool stuff. I like the overall layout. The only thing that is bugging me is the arrow at the very top that says ← "timothywalin"
I like the idea on the image changing (a different approach to the header image), but the over all design with the gradient bg and the box shadow on the posts is very busy and makes focusing on the text (content first!) difficult, It is just a concept and I'm sure you will change 20 times before deciding. By the way, i took a gander at your site, looks good dude!
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by Timothy Whalin
A totally different approach for the blog design. Keeping it simple, focused on the content and typography.
Be sure to check out the full design: blog_idea2.jpg
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over 1 year ago
Love this idea, Tim!
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