I like the background image here. It makes the unsubscription suddenly becomes so zen… lol
2 Sign-in buttons, and then…
A Login button!!!
This is a never ending game.
The one time that I turned off ad-block and it was not for work was when there was a piece of content that I really really liked to read on Forbes.
I guess if you’ve got a catchy title that promising interesting content, ad-block will have to give way.
Great hassle-free job from the guys at paper.li.
Before you can praise their service, they have already praised themselves by implying they’ve done a good job on you.
Don’t really want to think about other services like liposuction or Brazilian waxing though.
Brilliant sent me this EDM and undoubtedly, it’s one brilliant EDM.
Easily the first ever EDM that kept me stare and process for more than 2 minutes.
Brilliant.org, also known as Brilliant, is a website and associated community that features problems in mathematics, physics, quantitative finance and computer science intended to discover and hone the talents of intellectually gifted school students around the world. Src: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brilliant.org
Quite amazing actually.
I’ve been always on the side of something clean, simple and straightforward (eg: Facebook Paper) but this has kind of taken me out of that zone.
It was obviously a bit overwhelming at the first glance, but it was surely interesting and refreshing.
Best login screen ever?
Coincidentally, Paper’s website is also a favourite one of mine.
I have only noticed today that WordPress has just revamped their landing page. Absolutely fabulous.
If there’s something that itches me for ages about websites in general, it’s about how site owners typically expect users to do some multiple things when users land on the landing page. Some have too many call-to-actions, while others don’t have one at all.
I wish all site owners could just button down to one single individual thing that they want most of their users to do when the users land on the site.
Think of Google Search, clean, neat, simple and straight to the point. Plenty of white space, yet not flooded with umpteen of irrelevant ads.
Google Search is my single-mindedly most favourite site of all time. But I’m glad to see more sites picking up this practice.
It looks like not a lot of people can really let it go with blank white spaces. But one step at a time, they just need to figure out a focus first.