March 31, 2011

New Design

Trying out a couple of new layout templates for the blog, after a recent complaint about the dark backdrop. Is this a bit easier on the eyes, do we think?

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  1. Melinda Varian

    Peter, as an enthusiastic but elderly follower of your blog, I’ll have to admit that the new design is not much of an improvement for elderly eyes. Couldn’t you find something with dark letters against a light background?

    12 Apr 2011, 11:43

  2. Thanks for the feedback Melinda, it’s good to know that it’s specifically the light against dark that’s a problem. How’s this? (PS and thanks for reading!)

    12 Apr 2011, 16:50

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Peter Kirwan is Teaching Associate in Shakespeare and Early Modern Drama at the University of Nottingham and a reviewer of Shakespearean theatre for several academic journals.

The Bardathon is his experimental review blog, covering productions of (or based on) all early modern plays. The aim is to combine immediate reactions with the detail and analysis of the academic review.

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