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Quincy Gibbs' description of the project:
"The New Yahoo homepage design thought of by God + me. Brand new concept, brand new ideas, brand new design! Sleek, beautiful, content centered, feature-rich & user friendly."
Personally, I'd give it a C+ if it were a student project.
Reminds me of the guy who (successfully) redesigned a major airline website to get a job. I'd have to agree with you mono (can I call you that?). C+.
- you can call me mono... and yeah, C+ for a student, D- for a professionalmonospaced
- you tell him moutopian
- can I call you mo?utopian
- Yo Mo, Wat up?utopian
- You can call me Almonospaced
- congratulations, jay, you picked up on a referencemonospaced
do free work,
put it on blog,
other blog reblogs it,
That SHARE pop-up on DesignTaxi is fucking AWFUL.
Making it pretty is the easy part; hopefully this kid will learn that changing business processes is the hard part of selling a web re-design.
1) Y AHOO! (as others have noted)
2) It doesn't solve the problem that has plagued the Yahoo (and other portals) main page for over a decade: I don't fucking know where to fucking look.
His God is a shit designer. My God, Amon Ra, will beat his God any day at a Photoshop battle.
I am interested in the process that takes place on design ending up like this. dialogue and meetings, presentations...
Who is the UX designer?
Still very clutter
Why did he redesign the logo too, does he not realise those are two very very different jobs.
also HOPE YOU LIKE FUCKING BANNERS. Shouldn't the company be moving away from that shit
^ Just pointing it out because it seems to be a mistake every kid designer makes, throwing an arbitrary logo redesign in with a homepage redesign.