Which ordering of social line, byline and headline do you like the best?
3 months ago
by Mikael Keussen
Which version do you prefer the best? The card style or the magazine style?
3 months ago
1, 4, and 6.
1 or 6; card style over magazine style.
Lower left one.
this is great. 1 felt easiest on the eye for me
Flip a coin between 1 and 4
looks like my blog :)
I'd go magazine, both look fine
Bottom right has the best grouping of content.
Wait, that's me! Nice work you guys :)
Number 1 and 6. Magazine style.
I like 1 and 4. Having the title and photo next to each other makes it faster to see what each item is about.
Although if most of the article titles lean towards sensational rather than concise and informative, my eyes would probably start skipping the titles and looking more towards # of shares and comments and who actually shared the article, so for that I'd prefer 3.
Numbers 1 and 2 look great. The others confuse me, I cant really tell who the author of the post is.
The n°6 is the more readable for me.
I think that combination 1 and 4 could work best. Picture at the top of the box gives the card balanced and calm feeling, but toned down user name and icons help visual hierarchy.
Number 4 for me
4 & 6 for me! I think having gray text on the "bottom bar" makes it a lot easier on the eyes. Having turquoise both above and below the text makes it harder to focus (1). Really liking having the picture at the top however :)
I'm late to the game, but I'd vote for 1 or 6. Hierarchy seems best in these examples when compared to the others. I'd play with the overall contrast between typefaces though. Your body copy is creating a lot of visual noise which in a grid like this feels a bit overwhelming.
Lovely colors though. :)
about 1 month ago
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