What do you think about the change?

I made some smaller modifications in order to give you a better user experience.

Major hanges:

  • The fonts are larger.
  • Some posts are more exposed.
  • Categories has been slightly modified.
  • The feature for vieving a random article.
  • About page has been modified.

What do you think? Are things easy to navigate?
Are the categories used well or would you use them in any other way?

I really appreciate your opinion, because you’re all a part of my team in a way. It it wasn’t for you, I wouldn’t improve a thing in here.

Thanks for reading my blog. <3

18 thoughts on “What do you think about the change?”

  1. I do think the site is easier to navigate, Maja. I like the simplicity of the categories. Reminds me that I have work to do in this area on my site. πŸ™‚ Be well.

  2. I’m not the best to make this suggestion, I don’t use tags. I quit years ago, I can’t even remember why to tell the truth. I only use categories. I don’t know why someone would choose a tag over looking in a category unless you classify everything in very broad categories. I don’t know if that makes ense. The site look good, nice and clean I would ass any social media if you do that sort of thing.

  3. I love the three dot options at the header, and pretty much the fun exploring, it’s easy to move around too. I think the font doesn’t have to be all big, some of the main body can be a little softer(small). When it’s all big it feels like a glaring light, all be it a good one.πŸ™πŸΎ

  4. I read the blogs on the WordPress app so I don’t see the web browser version. But I will take a look. It’s great that you make continuous improvements to your site and user experience. Inspires us to do the same pure!

  5. I love your blog topic, sure do need help with “mental health” issues. Can’t wait to read your stuff.

    Personally, I don’t see that your blog shows who you are…and as a stranger, I’m kind of lost when I try to navigate through it as it’s just not clear… and that will detour people who don’t know you. I found that reviewing themes that support your genre is the secret to getting it right. They spend millions designing themes to support bloggers with the right combinations of what it takes to have that blog you want.

    There is a downside too though, some themes take work to set up. I use InfinityPro, a Genisis framework because it has huge options to grow and change and design, but what a journey to figure it all out! I”m still learning every day!
    Good luck, Efrona


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