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Tue Apr 22, 2014
Homepage update - reverted
Due to the overwhelmingly negative feedback on the yesterday's
, the old version is now back until I figure out how to visually upgrade it and keep you guys happy at the same time. Cheers!
comment # 1 by
The only thing I didn't like was the lack of borders on the new images, just me though otherwise i really liked it :)
Keep up the good work though Santah...
comment # 2 by
Santah please don't feel sad, we love you and your dedication to this site!
Better luck with the design next time :D
comment # 3 by
thank you look perfect now
comment # 4 by
Next time, just do a "Facebook", deploy the new design and be like, "Deal with it". Users always hate change, but sometimes it's just necesarry. They'll adapt.
comment # 5 by
Thank you. I'm always against changes. :P
comment # 6 by
agreed with @AxaliaN
comment # 7 by
I profoundly appreciate your hard work and dedication to maintaining this site. You can do whatever you like, and I'll still be :) Thank you!
comment # 8 by
I think it looked good. Easier to see the thumbnails and because it was all bigger, it mad good use of the free space at the bottom of page that i have.
comment # 9 by
For some reason the text was harder to read (it seemed too bright perhaps?)
comment # 10 by
Santah, you're cool. We should share a man-hug if we ever meet.
comment # 11 by
Thumps up for the revert and yeah maybe you are right that it needs a general update but I think it perhaps needs more consideration in regards to setting the right spacing between the lines and how to make the titles stand out as well as the right fontsize increase, it felt forced inthere with that big of an increase.
comment # 12 by
Aw, I liked it, especially being able to see the episode numbers without having to squint at the picture.
comment # 13 by
Democracy wins over the dictator santah and his totalitarian reforms! :)
comment # 14 by
thanks santah! Change isnt always terrible - unless its terrible ;)
comment # 15 by
Santah, you're the best. So many websites **do not give a rat's ass** about the feedback they explicitly seek. The job you're doing can be thankless and frustrating, and I commend you for taking all this in stride. Thanks! On Slashdot, we had to stage a week-long boycott to get them to listen to our feedback. This is much better than that. :)
comment # 16 by
Why are you creative people always looking to improve on things that are working fine? :P I applaud your efforts but also your willingness to listen to the users :)
comment # 17 by
Shame, I liked it.........
comment # 18 by
I liked it too. I was only missing the show title in text because it is easy to copy it to use for searches on... :/
I really like the site and use it a lot so thanks for the good work.
comment # 19 by
It seems most of the complaints were about the larger text and image size. Yet that is where design is going now. All new design projects at my company are all about spacing things out, large text, and generous use of images and colours. The tiny text + much information approach was more from the 2000's and is now outdated.
I've been using N-E since 2007, and it's perfect in what it does. Yet it must move with the times, otherwise I imagine that some new users may be put off using it.
If someone really does have an issue with text being too big on a website, they can reduce the text size in Chrome (Ctrl +/-) and it will remember your setting each time you visit the site.
comment # 20 by
As I mentioned before; try implementing a few skin options - so users can decide for themself...
Anyways thought it looked good..
comment # 21 by
santah, don't feel bad... the final changes on pictures were fine, just the al hte tex was simply too big which was really disturbing if you're using just the text list in the home page. Everything was just too big and wide, stretched without any proper function. For me small and compact is always a way to go, others need lots of gloss and shiny... :)
comment # 22 by
I don't know if this helps, but the problem wasn't that the text was too big, its that BECAUSE the text was too big, you couldn't see today/tomorrow/yesterday all in one glance, in fact you have to scroll down A LOT to see what you missed yesterday. So you COULD have the bigger text if you were willing to put each day in a separate scrollable box or something, and give each one a 1/3 of the page.
Sorry if I'm bad at explaining this, but the idea is, still have bigger text, still see today/tomorrow/yesterday all at once, and be able to scroll each separately so it all fits.
comment # 23 by
thanks for putting it back.. HUGE difference..
comment # 24 by
Well i liked the new look, especially after it was resized to smaller & name of show's added it looked really good, so i really dislike the old look now :( wish you made option in settings for users to pick either new or old look so we could have the way we like it personally & not to be forced to see it the way other ppl want while we don't like it :/
comment # 25 by
"The tiny text + much information approach was more from the 2000's and is now outdated." It's absolutely not outdated, although an argument could be made that it's unfashionable. While it's true that most new websites try to take up most of the space of a fullscreen browser window, that's usually meant to create impact for a PR/marketing site. Informational sites like this one shouldn't feel compelled to adhere to a trend that doesn't suit its purpose. People don't come to NextEpisode.net because they want to be sold on NE.n's hot new product, they come to get information at a glance. Past decades' trends in print layout should not, and did not, affect the way bus schedules were printed. This is like that.
comment # 26 by
Just make it an option! I preferred the new style! Just my $0.02
comment # 27 by
I liked the bigger pictures, but the text was indeed a bit to big. still if it was an option I'd use it.
comment # 28 by
I liked it, might add some borders but still thought it was better. great job
comment # 29 by
I liked it...
comment # 30 by
What's with the Netflix ad on the front page?
comment # 31 by
Putting the finishing touches and will announce something about it a bit later today!
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