September 05, 2008

Blog redesign

Had a few complaints about the white on black template I've been using on the site. Let me know what you think of the new one. Oh, and enjoy the weekend!

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

I personally preferred the original white on black template. It looked a bit more 'chic' and more fitting with the Virgin Media/V+ Box colours. (Ok, that last bit might have sounded a bit sad!) That's my opinion anyway. Perhaps you could have a poll on it!

Anonymous said...

Another vote for the original look. However, as it's your blog, you're the one who should be happy with the look so go with whichever you prefer.

Anonymous said...

Sorry but I prefer this new version by a big margin.
I didn't have a problem reading the other, I had a problem when going to other sites after viewing this. It took a while for me not to see everything in negative! :)

Dazz285 said...

I find it easier on the eyes as well...

demented said...

I preferred the original.

Anonymous said...

I actually liked the original for some reason. It had impact. Regarding readability its been proven that reversed out yellow text on black is the most accessible.

BigPants said...

Got to admit i liked the old style better, had more impact and was easier to read. The new style just looks ordinary! Have a poll.

Nialli said...

I've put a small poll up for a week - I'll go with the majority verdict.

BIkeNutt said...

I preferred the old look - very easy to read but it was impossible to see the cursor (black on black) on anything other than text or hyperlinks. It made navigating a bit tricky. Correct that it was spot on.

dazza124 said...

like this version..as someone else stated its easier on the eye.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for changing to the readable black on white.....those who talk about white or yellow on black as being better are probably the same people who blast 100 decibels into their ear canals and think it's 'cool'. They don't realise the damage it's doing to their ears (and eyes, so far as white on black is concerned).

You've got to cater for readers of all ages and eyesight capabilities, and black on white is the universal answer.