Fiverr Forum

Fiverr Blog Needs a Facelift!


#1

Seriously. It looks kind of dull. Like a paper pamphlet or something. How many are with me on this?


#2

I like it as is, it is functional, which is #1. Aesthetics are not important in this instance IMHO.


#3

I like it as is, it is functional, which is #1. Aesthetics are not important in this instance IMHO.


#4

I like it as is, it is functional, which is #1. Aesthetics are not important in this instance IMHO.


#5

I like it as is, it is functional, which is #1. Aesthetics are not important in this instance IMHO.


#6

I like it as is, it is functional, which is #1. Aesthetics are not important in this instance IMHO.


#7

Paper pamphlet? Um, looks brand consistent to fiverr website, no?


#8
anarchofighter said: looks brand consistent to fiverr website, no?


Actually no. It should have a full width footer like the marketplace/forum has. The content area could be wider, menubar could be fullwidth like the forum. It has been built over a cookie cutter template http://getk2.com/ and with the exception of the header, there is not much customization. Not even the width was changed, it looks very small on any resolution. Looks like a school kid's personal blog than an official company blog.

Let me show you company blogs that kick some butt!

http://blogs.openforum.com/
http://inside.nike.com/blogs/nikebasketball
http://blogs.cisco.com/news
http://en.community.dell.com/dell-blogs/default.aspx


#9

What I like about the current design of the blog is its minimalist feel and its consistency with the main Fiverr website :slight_smile:


#10

Keep it simple and sweet, If it “ain’t broke don’t fix it”. It gets the job done. Fluff and baubles are meaningless when people are searching for info. The blog provides both substance and information, and it is provided in a straightforward manner.


#11

I like it.


#12

Reply to @ghostblogger: “ain’t broke don’t fix it”. TRUE!