Re: New GTK+ website design

On 19/04/11 15:47, Cosimo Cecchi wrote:
Hi Martyn,

On Tue, 2011-04-19 at 15:30 +0100, Martyn Russell wrote:

There are a few things to decide on, so I will try to get some consensus
from you all before making the final decision on these points:

   1. The titles are available in blue (default) or red. If you append
      "?red" to the link you can see them in red. What do people prefer
      here? I quite like the blue now.

I think I like the blue better too.

   2. The features page has 2 approaches. One is with next/previous
      buttons to go through the features. The other lists them as we
      did before. What do people prefer?

I feel that next/previous approach is a bit confusing, as the buttons
are not really discoverable and it doesn't give an overview of all the
items at a glance, which I think is important for such a prominent page.

You're not the first to say that. I agree. It's now not the default. I will disable the next/prev look.

I also feel the layout of the other page is a little too crowded at a
first sight, but not being a web designer I don't have concrete
suggestions to improve it (and I prefer it over the former anyway).

Two other suggestions:
- I think the home page should mention Javascript among the bindings,
which is getting a lot of traction nowadays (more than Perl for

We have a bindings page. Was there something specific you wanted to mention here that covers more than the language bindings page?

- It would be nice to have some screenshots updated to GNOME3/GTK3

I agree. I will steal some from the gnome 3 pages unless someone can point me to something useful?

Thanks for the comments,


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