Thanks to Trent Walton, I managed to get some subtle noise on my – still selectable – headlines.
I should add that apart from the background clip, I should also thank Trent and his collegues for fittext, as well sharing his explorations in responsiveness that I keep coming back to.
over 2 years ago
The details in the texture is just amazing. Looks like the good old DIN is still going strong? ;-)
Very much looking forward to this!
She is, yes. I can't imagine not using DIN on my personal site, it's been part of it for so many years :).
And as I've just said on twitter too; thanks for our little conversation today. It triggered me to set several more restrictions for myself, as well as remind me what I want the character of my site to be. I've started to work from there right away tonight.
Awesome work as usual man. Glad I stumbled across one of your shots.
by Bart-Jan Verhoef
Adding some handwritten type and other custom things to my site. Here's an hovered state showing a handdrawn arrow pointing to the previous article.
Now to figure out the best way to implement. I'm thinking about showing these arrow fixed on the sides of article pages, maybe only showing up at the bottom of an article, or perhaps increasing visibility when scrolling towards the end of an article. What do you think?
Btw, I've launched a 'light version' of my site last week, mostly so that I can get back to writing and stop postponing that until a complete realigned & responsive version was done: http://bartjanverhoef.com
about 2 years ago
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