Web site look & feel
user1234 at 12.de
Mon Nov 23 10:55:53 UTC 2020
On Monday, 23 November 2020 at 09:53:29 UTC, ddcovery wrote:
> Before all,
> I'm really enjoying with last weekend presentations: thanks
> for the great work despite the difficulties.
> Well, today I was writting an answere on Quora (spanish) about
> web development and I decided to enumerate some "strong typed"
> programming languajes with it's main webslite link (I allways
> include dlang as an alternative)...
> I noticed that kotlin, scala, typescript, rust, ... all of them
> take care about the "first impression" offering a modern web
> interface in the main site. DLang website first impresion is
> "old", mainly because de size/location/color of the 3 download
> buttons, the height of the top navbar, and the difficult to see
> the missing title "The D programming language" or "D happy
> developers language" ( :-p ). Type script website is "similar"
> to the dlang one and first impression is better.
> It's only an opinion... I'm developer, not web designer, but
> first impression counts!!!
Well I dont know. It's not good either to have a facade that
looks like if it's made by a company who apply the same template
to each client, with a few aestetical changes.
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