I created a simple blog design for Gibbon. blog.gibbon.co
Gibbon is a learning magazine for startups.
We will launch our beta with al kind of startup related topics like design, coding, funding etc. We are still searching for some experts who want to curate a Learn Channel about UI design and branding.
If you are an expert on design and want to curate a learn channel email us at email@example.com.
Be the first to know when we launch: gibbon.co
12 months ago
Apart from the design which looks really nice, the article itself is very interesting
I dig it
The type looks a lot better in your dribbbled shot than on the live site. See: https://www.evernote.com/shard/s3/sh/6bdd411f-71c3-4c55-a955-9895145c01c1/7cc1f671962e81cbde8d7dd9114ae34d
The readability on the live site isn't the best. Like it otherwise!
@Daniel Feldt what browser are you using? Something seems to go wrong there with the fonts..
@Wouter de Bres Sorry Wouter, that was one of the things I thought I NEEDED to include while I started typing the comment but i forgot... I'm on OSX and Chrome 25.0.1364.172.
I get the "same" readability in Firefox: https://www.evernote.com/shard/s3/sh/83edef06-9418-4f42-a69e-53f8d71ee5da/a74390f1ce36eb45b87b77b5d122e93b
Very nice! great job!
gorgeous work. the whole Gibbon look is really shaping up to be unique
@Daniel Must be an OSX problem. Maybe try inspecting the text and seeing if the font is actually Open Sans?
@Alfred Xing Yes, it's Opens Sans according to the inspect tool. Looks a lot better when I remove "Open Sans" from the CSS and just use the fallback (arial). I have seen this Open Sans-prob on other blogs too...
@Daniel Feldt After doing a bit more research I found that there's apparently an OSX Chromium bug. Not sure about Firefox though, did you try Safari?
You can also check to see if you have a faulty version of Open Sans installed; the stylesheet checks for a local version first before downloading the font.
@Alfred Xing It seems to be a faulty local Open Sans. Somehow I only had the condensed version installed. I deactivated it and now it looks great. Problem solved!
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