Here is a picture of GlennKessler.com 1.0 (already launched and located at glennkessler.com). Full view is here: http://d.pr/i/8FqI
Let me explain a little bit about it.
All current visitors to the site are people who come straight from his column at the Washington Post, so the website is not for random browsers. The people coming know who he is.
I have received some complaints about the colors being too pastelish (working on that for the next version). I have received some complaints that the layouts of the inner pages are confusing and doesn't focus on the reading experience (working on that as well, you'll see more about that soon). Other complaints I have heard: not responsive (working on that), loading time is slow (also working on that). Hope you like it! Tell me what you think. Oh, and thanks to @maxart for inviting me.
6 months ago
Like the simplicity.
Nice, the layout is clear. I agree with the feedback you received about the color, so if you're already working on that, I'd love to see round 2.
@Ted Goas I am enhancing the saturation a little bit to make it pop a little more.
@Allan Grinshtein Thanks!
@Ted Goas For example, the current red is #F59B84 and it might end up being #FF9577. Small difference in hex, but large difference when added together. It makes the old colors look really dull.
Nice, do it man! :)
Very clear and clean, welcome!
Thanks you so much to @Simona Merlini and @Giorgio Pia
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