January 31, 2009

Logos n’ details

Posted by John Nack at 10:22 AM on January 31, 2009


  • David — 8:36 AM on February 01, 2009

    Regarding Alex’s site… I have to say that it’s navigation frustrates me. I am not a fan of things that jump around while I am looking at them, turn dark and light depending on where my mouse it, or require me to close each section manually. To me, displaying the large number of examples he does call for a separation of navigation from actual artwork. Minimally, close the previous example and don’t make me scroll around so much. Just me 2 cents.

  • Murrey Walker — 10:30 AM on February 01, 2009

    Pieratt’s work shows that his is the work of a designer.
    The othes two look like they were byproducts of committee in the large part.

  • Alan — 10:30 AM on February 01, 2009

    Love your blog, I’ll visit it regularly ;]

  • Paul Ducco — 2:47 PM on February 01, 2009

    But the work … is great.

  • Erica Fischer — 7:58 AM on February 04, 2009

    I agree about the manual closing of items viewed. Alex should have just set the “work” up the way he did his “shop.” That way one would show up and give arrows to go to the next or back to the previous. I like that type of navigation. That was the only problem I had with the site. I thought the rest of it was clean and easy, but I don’t mind color-changing buttons. I really like this guy’s work, and that is as critical as I’m going to get because it’s still early in the morning.

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