Photoshoppin’ fo’ sho

It’s been nearly two years since we blessed Wesleying with its
very first masthead, and we thought it could use a little revamp.

You may also have noticed that our favorites icon (that little picture you see in your location bar and bookmarks menu) is back.

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56 thoughts on “Photoshoppin’ fo’ sho

  1. Anonymous

    gonna go ahead and say the masthead is creeping towards projectionist’s –http://project.ioni.st/– which is another awesome blog (or tumble log, rather), so I’m not too upset about italso, its a pretty minimal change, nothing to get up-in-arms about. Still using wes’s annoying typeface (trajan).one last thought: since it seems that there is a lot of interest in this design crit, maybe its worth opening this up and asking for new masthead submissions. a competition perhaps? voting (or maybe not voting, most people don’t have good sense for design)just a though.

  2. Anonymous

    gonna go ahead and say the masthead is creeping towards projectionist’s –

    http://project.ioni.st/

    – which is another awesome blog (or tumble log, rather), so I’m not too upset about it

    also, its a pretty minimal change, nothing to get up-in-arms about. Still using wes’s annoying typeface (trajan).

    one last thought: since it seems that there is a lot of interest in this design crit, maybe its worth opening this up and asking for new masthead submissions. a competition perhaps? voting (or maybe not voting, most people don’t have good sense for design)

    just a though.

  3. Anonymous

    i had to go back and forth from the old one to the new one about 5 times before i noticed the difference.

  4. Anonymous

    i had to go back and forth from the old one to the new one about 5 times before i noticed the difference.

  5. Anonymous

    This one looks really, really flat by comparison. It also looks kind of… unbalanced. Like an upside-down pyramid. Not much of a fan.

  6. Anonymous

    This one looks really, really flat by comparison. It also looks kind of… unbalanced. Like an upside-down pyramid.

    Not much of a fan.

  7. Anonymous

    9:57,I feel the same way about a lot of the comments that pop up on the blog. But this is something different cause it’s about a design issue rather than telling how the contributors should contribute, and it doesn’t feel like any of these commenters are really intending that effect of I-DEMAND-THAT-WESLEYING-DOES-WHAT-I-THINK/SAY ABOUT X.

  8. Anonymous

    9:57,

    I feel the same way about a lot of the comments that pop up on the blog. But this is something different cause it’s about a design issue rather than telling how the contributors should contribute, and it doesn’t feel like any of these commenters are really intending that effect of I-DEMAND-THAT-WESLEYING-DOES-WHAT-I-THINK/SAY ABOUT X.

  9. Anonymous

    The old one was more compositionally balanced. I agree that the designer should reconsider the gray line.9:15 – What is wrong with engaging in constructive design critique in a public forum? Sharing an opinion about the new graphic doesn’t imply an under-appreciation of Wesleying.

  10. Anonymous

    The old one was more compositionally balanced. I agree that the designer should reconsider the gray line.

    9:15 – What is wrong with engaging in constructive design critique in a public forum? Sharing an opinion about the new graphic doesn’t imply an under-appreciation of Wesleying.

  11. Anonymous

    lulz. i LOVE how some anon commenters think that anyone and everyone should exercise editorial control over this blog. let them do their thing. its a great service and most students, including this one, apreciate it. including the new design.

  12. Anonymous

    lulz. i LOVE how some anon commenters think that anyone and everyone should exercise editorial control over this blog. let them do their thing. its a great service and most students, including this one, apreciate it. including the new design.

  13. Anonymous

    I think that its great and that you guys are great! keep up the great stuff! Grey lines are my favorite, always have been.

  14. Anonymous

    I think that its great and that you guys are great! keep up the great stuff!

    Grey lines are my favorite, always have been.

  15. Anonymous

    9:15 – when you use the font “small caps” and capitalize the first letters, they look like bigger caps.

  16. Anonymous

    9:15 – when you use the font “small caps” and capitalize the first letters, they look like bigger caps.

  17. Anonymous

    just out of curiosity, why was the S of send and the W of wesleying (just in the email) made a larger font size and nothing else?? no criticism intended, just curious

  18. Anonymous

    just out of curiosity, why was the S of send and the W of wesleying (just in the email) made a larger font size and nothing else?? no criticism intended, just curious

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