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This is a classic example of fucking designers applying their favourite 'cool' style to any job they have, regardless of the content and target audience.
This looks like urban outfitters.
I like it. Bloomberg has hired some great designers internally recently. They won studio of the year from Creative Review a couple of years ago - great article about them here:
So much more engaging than their competitors and other financial sites/magazines
Looks like they're trying to appeal to millennials and failing gloriously.
i like it
It's nice once you scroll down past the retina burning blue and pink and the text overlaying the main image
Like it. Aside from scrolling issues which I think may be down to this problem version of Chrome.
I think i like it. It fresh and doesnt look like all the other website.
I think its a step ahead.
This is simply brilliant and fucking awesome. lots of little details throughout the site beautifully done. Bravo.
i really like it
Homepage looks really nice, good use of color. Once you click through to an article it's a little hard to tell the difference from any other news site. They seem to all be converging towards a common format, but maybe that's just what works.
- if you look at some of their features looks really great - unlike any other news site - cannot paste link at mo for some reason...fadein11
- Dude the article pages are great! The progress bar at the top is so good.rascuache
- Oh yeah I agree, it looks great overall.ukit2
in to it.
I'll say it - A smart and brand consistent move by some talented mother fuckers I'd hire today and pay extremely well. High class hookers being part of the bonus structure.
Does anyone know what Wordpress theme they used?
I love the Venture Beat article headline "Bloomberg Business’ new site design is beautifully bizarre — and it’s begging for haters".