Readers of Gtricks, Help me to redesign this blog

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19 Responses

  1. Its All Perfect Buddy……:)

    Looking Nice.

  2. Aswin says:

    Looks cool, Abishek! Increasing the width of the text area might help improve readability, but that’s just my opinion.

  3. satya says:

    Go ahead with new design..looks very elegant and refreshing. :)

  4. Steev says:

    looks good, just modify the footer.

  5. Seems like you working on your resource pages..!! Good work…Looks neat and clean..also show us mockup of single post…

  6. ram says:

    nice. i liked the borders.

  7. ram says:

    change those icons, else rest is fine.

  8. Dennis says:

    The overall design is wonderful. I like the look and feel of it. Colors are nicely combined and blended.

    The only thing I would advise you to consider is giving more space or emphasis on the latest posts. I don’t think only 3 of them with only text links are displayed well enough. You should at least add some images near the links so they get more deserved attention.

    Looking forward to seeing the new design.

  9. The site redesign looks great! Looks almost like an official Google site.

  10. Mike says:

    I wish the individual pages had dates on them. I found this site via a search and was reading about a neat GreaseMonkey script. I then went to check the script and saw it hadn’t been updated since 2008. There’s no way to know if a post here is still current and valid or completely out of date.

    Would be helpful.

  11. Abhishek Mandloi says:

    @Mike Thanks for the feedback. Can you point out the old page so that I can find an alternate solution for the script.

  12. Designely says:

    One good piece of advice I can give you about typography is to go check out Google’s global fonts which can be used in any design, without any Javascript or any other manipulations whatsoever.

    The only thing you would need to do is include a call to Google’s CSS file in the header of your page.
    It”s amazingly easy to implement and functional. Fonts will work across 90% of web browsers without any problems. And for those that do not support them (old IE), you can just specify to use Arial or some other general font, as you normally would.

    Some of the fonts are especially well designed for titles of your posts. See this example of one font with amazingly nice look: http://designshack.net/tutorialexamples/GoogleFonts/index.html

    You can find the whole collection of available Google’s fonts here: http://www.google.com/webfonts

    I’m giving you this recommendation because I am currently working on a design for my blog, and I’ve implemented these fonts. I’m really satisfied with the look and functionality.

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