The Verge did a whole website redesign in an attempt to stay relevant, having not learned the lessons from the failures of Joshua Topolsky's The Outline, which imploded due in part to its horrific design. Source: 7 months ago
Reminds me of some the design decisions made on https://theoutline.com/. Same school of thought, design over functionality. Source: 9 months ago
It basically reeks of whatever Joshua Topolsky was involved with (https://theoutline.com). I've always thought a large reason why it failed was the messy web design, looks like The Verge wants to go that way too. Source: 9 months ago
Since you asked, I thought The Outline had a unique and compelling UI/UX but sadly it’s parent company shit it down so it’s been dormant for 2 years: https://theoutline.com. Source: about 1 year ago
Https://theoutline.com/ (defunct but has a great look). Source: over 1 year ago
This a link to outline.com, not theoutline.com. Outline.com is a service that presents news articles from other sources, often ones behind paywalls, and strips out advertising content. In this case it is an article from americanprogress.org. If you have facts to contradict the findings presented in the article then please post those. Source: over 1 year ago
I am a big fan of https://theoutline.com and it’s squiggles. RIP. Source: about 2 years ago
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