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  1. Bermon Painter Bermon Painter

    Cleaning up the "S", taking off some of the harder edges, making it look less like an "L".

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    almost 2 years ago

  2. Michael Parenteau Michael Parenteau

    Yep. I really like the direction this is headed in!

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    almost 2 years ago

  3. Bermon Painter Bermon Painter

    Thanks @Michael Parenteau. This has been a fun experiment.

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    almost 2 years ago

  4. Olivier Lacan Olivier Lacan

    While I liked the sophisticated style of the previous one, the unambiguity of that one takes it a notch further.

    almost 2 years ago

  5. Michael Parenteau Michael Parenteau

    It's interesting. I've been thinking about this a lot (as I'm sure you can imagine :P ) and wanted to ask..

    Are you guys thinking of preserving some of the identity that sass has maintained? I know that the site needs redesigned... But it is interesting, for example, how the releases are named with feminine names. It may be coincidence that there is a drawing of a woman on the current site, but I always thought it was sort of fitting. Something to think about anyway. I really like the tone and style you are exploring though. This pondering and question were just thoughts I had and thought Id share and in no way intended to criticize the work you've been showing. I think what your doing is great and am really excited to see what y'all are coming up with. If you all on #teamsass ever want to task something my way, let me know. I am happy to contribute!

    almost 2 years ago

  6. Bermon Painter Bermon Painter

    @Michael Parenteau We want to preserve the sassiness of site but it's going to be a complete redesign. Bit more info/explanation as to the why over here: https://github.com/nex3/sass/issues/349

    Also, Haml is going through a rebrand/redesign as well. Nick Walsh is handling that one. http://dribbble.com/nwalsh/projects/60362-Haml

    almost 2 years ago

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