Part of a redesign idea I think I'm gonna scrap. I don't hate it it's just not better.
almost 3 years ago
Are you kidding? It's awesome! It'd be by far the best CSS-Tricks redesign to date!
There's something neat to this though... I'm digging it.
And it doesn't hurt that your "making websites better" line is completely true.
I'm diggin this direction Chris
I would argue it's definitely better, but it's hard to tell without seeing the whole thing.
This is sweet Chris. I agree with the other comments, I'd love to see the whole thing in context, but it looks like my favorite CSS Tricks design.
Agree with everyone else's comments. This is awesome Chris and I think you should continue developing this!
This is a much better look than the current site for sure.
Also totally like this more than the current site! Maybe try a different main font for the logo and titles? The graphic elements are the hotness, I think it's just some type bits that need tweaking.
Got to admit, this look's a lot slicker!
That overlay tab needs a bit more rubber cement, though. ;)
I got excited cause I thought you were announcing this as a redesign. Do Not Scrap!
yeah, this is awesome. can't wait to see the actual final redesign...
If you decide not to use this it would make a good freebie WP theme?
Would love to see this built out. Awesome start!
Yo. It's pretty darn nice but I don't think it's 'you'. That might sound cheesy but... 'to thine own self be true, you know what I mean? i would like to see what other directions you might go.
by Chris Coyier
More of a natural extension to current design. I got enough positive feedback on the last idea I thought I might try again.
almost 3 years ago
What font is that post title?
Vitesse by HF&J -- totally not web-usable (yet).
I love the colors in this one... I think the other version is too plain. This stands out and feels strong.
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