Let Us Know What You Think Of Our New Design

image from speakto.obycode.comIt's still a bit of a work in progress, but welcome to the redesigned Hypebot.com.  We rushed this a bit because Google is implementing a policy of pushing non-mobile friendly sited down in their search results. So while tweak the design, please let us know how we can improve it and the site in general in the comments below.

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  1. I’m all up for new designs, but it need to do a specific purpose and I dont feel this new one does change it. It (still) looks like something from 2005 which the usage of an old version of jQuery also seems to prove. Why not move it to WordPress and choose one of those millions free minimalistic, responsive templates that exists?

  2. I have to agree with Mr. Me.
    Hypebot has always had a very utilitarian UX and appearance but this is not an improvement in my opinion, if it’s a placeholder that’s fine though might be worth looking into other platforms that optimize for mobile and have an inherently more appealing aesthetic.

  3. Personally I’m not seeing the improvement on the mobile side. It would be nice with a stripped down mobile version that removes the sidebars and focuses on the content. But I was fairly used to the old site on my phone even though it wasn’t responsive.

  4. The Top bar that says Never Miss A Beat! Stay Connected With Hypebot.com gets cut off halfway with IE11. Havent checked it with Spartan but it will probably be good.

  5. Looking better on mobile now then earlier in the day. I would shrink the width on mobiles and increase the text size, get a menu set up for mobile devices too it doesn’t have to be so wide.

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