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Once upon a time, timekeeper Web talk to…

Maxim Aginsky

Author

"BMAD. Brand identity", "No. Be a better leader", "Crying heart", "Online Kotel Notes", "Resting spinning top" and more.

Designer & founder
brandOn Montreal design and development studio and Cssfox - Web designers' community.

Maxim Aginsky

A few years ago, namely in 2010, I asked a friend Vit, what he thought about the design of one web forum (forum-ma.com) on which I was working on.

Themes screenshot of the Forum-ma

Fragments of the Forum-ma composition

Footer for Forum-ma

Header for Forum-ma

One of his remarks was due to the lack of real time clock on website pages. List of missing items (items normally found on the websites in internet) in Vit’s opinion was rather big. I tried to defend by explaining their absence (the project was not commercial) my desire to simplify the pages, leaving only what is necessary in order to focus attention on the content and not scattered on different nonsense, such as time-clock.

However, three years later (2013), looking over finish design of second version of Web Talk To, I noticed a lot of clocks (4 variants) scattered in the widgets on site pages and make it one of the main decoration of second WTT version.

And that story teaches me, that even criticizing and rejecting - do not forget to accept with respect and maybe even with appreciation.

Working on the clock design

These are four finished variants of Web Talk To Website Clock.