Le 18/02/2013 20:34, Stefan Knorr a écrit :
Hi Camille, Robinson, all,
> #1 Add "outline: none;" and some :hover/:active effect to the CSS of
> the "‹" and "›" buttons – the first one to remove the ugly whole-page
> outline around the right button, e.g. in Firefox; the second to
> overcome the accessibility/visibility bug we just created.
This should be fixed by now ; see :
Ah, good. And without creating usability problems
> #2 Make the page sliding animation faster – slow animations draw
> attention to themselves, fast ones help the user navigate. I think the
> animation is still in the first group.
Which settings would you recommend?
Hm, my knowledge of JS debug tools is rather cursory ... so I couldn't
try it in-browser, but maybe somewhere between 400 and 600ms would be
better than a whole second..?
Ok, i'll test.
While I visited the page again, I noticed two more things btw:
* clicking Discover it breaks the back button in Firefox (big no)
Hum, indeed :-(
* the slides carousel never stops – which is slightly annoying, it
would seem better to me if it stopped after getting back to the first
slide (just personal opinion)
We'll see once we have solved the previous point ;-)
> #3 Use a non-condensed font, e.g. regular Open Sans. The current font
> is pretty hard to read, especially on the "Discover it" page.
That would impact significantly the layout. I'll have a more precise
look into it.
Not sure, but since some slides's text cuts into the download button
on smaller screens even now, maybe you'll have to adjust font size
Ok, I'll test also.
Do you have a rough estimate of proportion / types of config where
it's ugly ?
Looks rather ok on all the ones I checked (including Windows machines)
Haven't checked on Windows machines, I am personally using OpenSuse
with freetype-infinality and hinting setting "none"... I've attached
part of a screenshot, hope the list lets this through.
If you can see it, you'll notice the RE and the C, as well as the OW
seem to jump around quite a bit.
Yep, I see. So you would recommand just removing the effect?
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