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Stupid shitheads among the web designers, fucking listen up. Your fucking design is not the point of websites - the content is. You are not supposed to shove the content away to have your moron design shine in its purest debility.

Yeah I know, white space minimalism yadda yadda, clean interface - and you dumbasses just remove functionality to simulate a clean interface, to the point of using hamburger fuckups on desktop. Pull your heads out of your asses, that's not how to design an interface! Not to mention that you idiots still guzzle through the megabytes and dozens of domain lookups for your chickenshit minimalism.

While we're at it, not everyone is 20 years old like you youngsters - you won't believe it, but there is life beyond 40, and while such age is unthinkable to you because you are so dumb that you will hardly reach that age anyway, others on this planet have managed to get there. No 20/20 laser sight, you know.

Fuck you with your light grey thin fonts on white background because it looks "clean", it just SUCKS you wankers. Fuck you with your stupid ghost buttons that don't even look like a button. You know how to operate the shit you made, but reality check here, users spend most of their time on fucking other websites than on the abomination you have designed!

Get that into the shit bubble that you call your brain and read WCAG 2.1! That's not only for disabled people, but everyone will be able to use that shit better!

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  • 5
    Amen
  • 7
    Best designs are the ones that serve utility. As in of you're a blog then text should be readable. If you're a platform where people book for some service then readability isn't primary concern; primary is people to be able to understand and book. Minimalist utility driven design.
  • 8
    @gymmerDeveloper readability is ALWAYS of primary concern. If I can't read the service description and the reviews because the font contrast is unreadable, then I won't book because I can't read what I'm about to buy.

    Insufficient contrast means that designer and texter could not agree whether the text is superfluous or not, and they made a compromise that sucks most.

    There are designer assholes who think the ideal design is a white screen, anything else is a compromise. Yeah I can as well switch off my monitor, then I have the same and even as dark theme.
  • 3
    I hate how writing copy is almost an afterthought for many clients. They'll lose their shit over a pixel not aligning exactly or the managing director not liking that shade of purple, but will then put the blandest waffle imaginable on the site, usually with awful grammar and punctuation. Thank God I now work somewhere with professional copywriters on staff.
  • 0
    @matthewbdaly having stupid typos means the copywriters were even too lazy to just use a spellchecker which these days can spot some grammar errors, too.

    And then these dumb apostrophes and quotes instead of using proper HTML entities, that also freaks me out on websites.
  • 1
    It has to be balanced.
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