The Week Magazine’s website changed over to a single column, tablet centric, format about a month ago. And the Atlantic just joined..
I love it. I love the simplicity. I love the condensed navigation. I love the suggested posts formatting. The only issue still is the slow (and endless spinning wheels) load times.
Which Im guessing is the ads and not the big graphics.
And I credit the design pioneers at the week for pushing it forward.
the quest towards everything in front of a person at one time. is a relentless companion in the in the quest for usability in the design cycle.
Guide my flight the user says. Take this ad the mag says.
Anyway. the user always suffers. its is never for the user. thats why the video game is the antethesis of the internet. the internet is the mob, the game is the expert, the artist experience. well at least in theory.
that an eye-friendly design is being embraced is not only long overdue, but definitely suspicious. Who got paid off? Was the designer blowing the editor? what’s really going on? Please reporters, I need help here.
WHAT WILL HAPPEN TO ADS?? OUR ONLY SOURCE OF EXISTENCE IN THE ENTIRE WORLD OF HUMANITY.
The client always wins so the designer is always comprismised.
so people are given non expertise. non