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It Is Time

The live redesign has started. There will be constant and possibly dramatic changes to this site’s structure, layout, and design until it is done. Check back often and feel free to comment at any stage of the process.

14 replies on “It Is Time”

Yeah, it’s telling my Mozilla 1.4 that it doesn’t support CSS. The content is wide for some reason, giving me a little of a horizontal scrollbar. And the menu has flopped down below the content, instead of being on the side.

If I had time, I’d try to look at your stylesheets and offer a suggestion, but I think I’m going to be too busy here at work today.

Dougal, I just hadn’t put the CSS rule that hid the no-CSS message yet, don’t worry. I’m sure your Mozilla 1.4 is just groovy with me. Don’t worry yet, it’s far from done.

Looks good Matt. The green isn’t a problem to me. It’s a cleaner looking design than the last version.

BTW, I’m using Firebird 0.6 and I’m getting no problems.

It isn’t a thing of utter beauty just yet, but by God it is a significant improvement on the whole blue thing you had going before. The colors are pleasing to the eye, even if they are a little close to baby-shit green. Remember to change your shortcut icon as well.

“baby shit green”?! Ha! I would have said “pea-soup”. Nice job so far Matt – big improvement on the last design. Don’t forget that (ahem) lovely (ahem) favicon though…

Thanks all for the comments.

Mike, when they wrote that the green was a little less subdued than it is now. It’s a work in progress. I’ll get to that favicon soon!

[…] It is now official get out of your RSS reader day. Take a few minutes to check out the new photomatt.net and browse around a bit. This is, I believe, the fifth major iteration of the design here but it’s the first one since 2003. When I last freshened the paint around here it got a link from Zeldman saying “lucky in redesign” and I figured I would never be able to top that, so I left the design the same for years. The only major change was the introduction of Asides in 2004. […]

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