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  1. Eli

    Rather a nice overhaul! Much more professional with the light colors, and seems more artistic than the dull dark brown from before.

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  2. David Sparks

    Nice. I like it much more. Good improvement.

    I’m also redesigning my site. I’ve done about 10 mock ups now and finally got one i like and I’m fixing to start coding. thank god.

    good job!

  3. chad

    Like the new look. I can definitely see the inspiration from Cameron Moll.

    I will miss “guitar dude” though.

  4. liam

    As I mentioned before I’m impressed with the new design, and I’m glad you took the time to write this up and share the process with us. It’s certainly very interesting to see the goals of your design, and I think you’ve pulled them off very well.

    Your tag grid is such a great idea, its a very useful solution to displaying tags.

    Regards, Liam.

  5. Daniel

    Great Re Design, I love th use of the grey’s. The way you have highlighted the Popular Articles is a great idea as well.

    Congratulations on a job well done

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  6. Robert Augustin

    Congrats on the redesign. It looks a lot better than before, cleaner and simpler. I know what a redesign means, and I can fully refer to “endless hours”, as I’m working on a new one right now as well.

    Keep it up!

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  7. Lil

    I’m a big fan of this colour scheme!

    You’ve just reminded me of how much I suck at organising my blog. I’ll probably make my own list of goals next time I do a redesign. It might stop me from diving head first into a design that doesn’t fit my content…

    Glad to see someone else shares my (unusually extreme) dislike for tag clouds and the web 2.0 aesthetic.

  8. Zinni

    To those of you who like the tag grid, I will be providing a tutorial some time in the near future of how to pull it off. Also, thank you everyone for your awesome support! The response towards this redesign has been great and I really appreciate it.

  9. Very nice. And easier on the eye. I especially love the tag grid (I have an ugly tag page to fiddle with).

    I’ve just revamped my blog too. There is still more to do (isn’t there always?). Like add a darker background behind the glaring white copy. Reading yours really brings back how much it’s needed.

    Well, done. I’ll be looking forward to further posts on the subject.

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  10. Patrick

    I too, am a fan of the tag grid. It’s a really good idea! Especially for those who WANT a tag cloud, but aren’t happy with the usual way it displays.
    I like the comment line idea too, as I have said before bud, nice work.

  11. Jacob Cass

    Wow, it is great, the lighter theme is so much better, makes me want to read more and glad you got rid of the small text. Gonna have a better explore now. Also, do you have a place for link exchange? I’l add you to my friends sidebar on JCD now.

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  12. Nout van Deijck - Blog

    I think that the new design is fantastic!
    great work!

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  13. Kim Phillips

    I really like the new design, so much easier to read! Nice color scheme also :)

  14. kristarella

    Cool! Should have read this one before commenting on the next post :P Great use of unique, but very usable elements.

    kristarella’s latest post: Expressive words

  15. Joram Oudenaarde

    Nice overhaul. It’s a lot fresher and friendlier on the eyes as well :)


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