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It looks nice! I still need to explore it more, but at first impression it does look great.
On Chrome at the bottom, if I click on Newest Discussions tab and scroll to the bottom, clicking on 'MORE' doesn't do anything,
and the people icons are not there, is that still work-in-progress, or a bug?
I see the same problem on a Windows machine and Edge but not on an iPad.
Thanks, this will be handled by the team when they're awake
Good to hear about the mobile improvements. That'll give me more chance to keep up on the e14 happenings here
So far it looks good.
I still prefer rounded boxes to square corners, but I understand that is just a personal preference.
I hate to admit that I rarely ever land on the homepage so I can't remember what the old one looked like, but I do like the look and feel of the new one.
I can confirm what others reported that there are issues with the Newest Discussions and Latest Status Updates tabs. In Chrome on my Win10 desktop I don't get the users' avatars as Jan reported, but it does work with Safari on my iPad. The 'More' button doesn't work with either Chrome or Safari for those tabs as Shabaz reported.
I guess I should probably update my thumbnail in Chrome to land on the home page .
BTW, I prefer the new layout. The tabs are a cleaner way to Separate content in my opinion.
I like the new layout,but I notice that I don't look at status updates anymore. The additional click and wait for the page to load is somehow not compatible with my information intake flow.
Even though I found some interesting bits in the statuses, e.g. To test the soldering temperature with a thermocouple soldered to the iron tip.
The main homepage of the element14 Community has been redesigned/laid out for both mobile and desktop.
We have a new navigation area on the right hand side, and created more tiles to make the presentation a bit more visual. This shift in design is mainly in line with how most web design has moved on from a mainly text based presentation to graphical, due to being viewable on so many different devices and the need for a responsive design.
Our mobile layout is still being worked on, with the sheer amount of information available on the element14 Community we have to sacrifice some visuals to try to also present what's the most important, and what's actually maintainable with the platform we have, and we're still experimenting with it.
What do you think? Feedback, comments and questions in reply to this post please!