Do you notice something different on Veodesign?

Do you notice something different on Veodesign?



If you’ve read our blog in the past, you’re probably noticing right now something is different. We restructured the blog articles, giving to the content a wider space on the page. While our previous design was ideal for mobiles (a simple double tap on the text would have an iPhone zoom in on the text column whose size was perfect for reading), we realized that it was not necessarily ideal for everyone, especially on desktop and laptop. So we changed that. You will also notice that we integrated social media sharing on the side. And at the very bottom you will now find Disqus which will allow you to leave comments and give us feedback, using your Disqus, Twitter or Facebook account.

We finally got to make a full integration of webfonts, something we had been doing since almost 2 years for our clients. Why did it take so long? The font we are currently using for our branding is Univers (will change in the future, but we’re sticking with it until the next version) and it’s only available under Monotype with a yearly subscription. Now that we have it, we can use it legally on our website, something that is important to us.

Finally, you will also notice in the portfolio a tiny change: you can now click on the title of each work to see a bigger image. Before, we forced you to click on the small text below. We decided we had been cruel enough already and changed that! ;)

The next thing we’d like to work on is responsive web design. We already did it for a client whose work will soon be featured in our portfolio. For now though… Coming soon!

Although this consists of an update rather than a makeover, we hope you will like the changes and we welcome you to share your opinion with us, whether you like or dislike them. Thanks in advance for your feedback!

About the author

Tina Mailhot-Roberge is a graphic designer, illustrator and co-founder of Veodesign. She holds a BFA in Design from Concordia University, Montréal. She loves to help people and wirte about arts, design, web and technology. Find her on Twitter, Facebook and Google+.