I hope you are doing well! Things on the blog have been fantastic, however here on the newsletter not much has happened, and I'm sorry for that, there are no excuses.
I'm deciding the direction I want to give the newsletter, which focus, I tried a few things on the past few months, I want to give as much value as possible to all of you and not just clutter your email.
Once again we fine tuned our UI, we now have a simplified menu, no more long dropdowns. The beauty of this menu is the responsiveness, it will adapt to the screen size, and it will automatically reduce the number of items on the main bar according to the screen, displacing some of the items to the "More" menu, which is a simple drop down menu.
We also worked on animations here and there, and we will continue doing so, to bring the best user experience possible.
We are running ads since a few weeks now, sucks, but pays for the bills, if you hate them, my best advice is, use an ad-blocker, no hard feelings, I use one myself.
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