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I find the AI extremely off-putting. I would bet my bottom dollar that it changes within a year. Intuitive it is not, and the mobile version is a mess. Rather than responsive, an adaptive approach would have been a more favourable experience - a lite version if you will.
I would love to see the analytics since launch.
astandard forms like this allow for the asynchronous feel of magazine interaction - a failing I find in a lot of websites, which tend to promote a overly-hierachial context.
The one bit that does jar though is how the 'front page' disappears when you scroll back to the top.
Just for my piece of mind, what part of the experience is so good? The Design? The UX? Both?
quite like it
I think it's good. Nice big images, maximized browser space, editorialized type hierarchy. I'm in! I like magazines though
"read" should have a landing page tho
The internet's a hard, unforgiving place.
it's like a mobile layout...for your desktop!
What the fuck are you getting on about?