I hope you notice the layout is quite minimal, unlike its predecessor, and focuses on content and less on unneeded graphics. The mobile version of the site is optimized for viewing, too.
Twitter Bootstrap is awesome
It was actually a random happenstance when I decided to redesign the site. I came across the beautiful Twitter Bootstrap framework and experimented with it, which led to a complete redesign of EFF! It’s all HTML5 and CSS3 compliant — it looks great on all modern browsers (sorry, IE6…heh!).
Other Blah, Blah Notes
I’ve optimized the coding behind the comic book database, so it should load at much faster speeds. Sorting the tables is much simpler as well. The footer of the main site shows the last 3 issues by publication date.
The gallery is organized about the same, but I added a note that the cover gallery has been deprecated in favor of the covers at the database. A grid view vs list view is available for most categories at the database, by the way.
The blue Emma you see at the right was drawn by Grace. She is a really cool person to draw it for the site.
EFF has become a very responsive sandbox for my web development practices, so I’m always open-minded to new suggestions. As always, thanks for reading and supporting the site.