New Year, New Design

We’ve been living with the old design of our website for a while and it has evolved a little bit over its lifecycle, but now it’s time to say goodbye.

Our new design is a lot more streamlined and focuses even more on the content. Here are some notable changes:

  • We got rid of the sidebar to give the content more space
  • The color schema is a little more toned-down
  • We’ve finally added search to the blog (top right or Alt + S on your keyboard; burger-menu on mobile). This has been on our todo list for a long time, but is not that easy with a static website.
  • We’ve also tried to reduce the visible meta information about articles (tags, categories) or incorporate it in places where it makes more sense

We hope you like the new design and are as excited about it and the content we’re going to produce this year as we are!

If you have any questions or feedback, feel free to reach out to us on any of the social media channels listed in our bios below.

Title image by Trust “Tru” Katsande on Unsplash

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