Wikipedia, Reddit, Hacker News, Craigslist All of the above sites are massively popular despite their ugliness because of one key factor - they do exactly what people need. For example: Reddit has 234 million unique users, 8.19 billion monthly pageviews, 25 million daily votes (stats as of 2016 ) - and still loads really fast!
In October last year, a survey by the UK's Competition and Markets Authority revealed that over half of banking customers in Britain had been with the same current account provider for ten years. In the same study, over a third said they had been with their bank for twenty.
Lauren's company, The Simply Co., sells cleaning products that are sustainable and toxin-free. And while Lauren's glad people are choosing to purchase products that don't hurt the earth, she would rather we all make them on our own. Because sustainability is more than a job to Lauren. It's her life.
The main reason is website style which is always changing, and a sympathy for your project and your work. You guys rock! And when Matt asked to improve your project I agreed with no hesitation. 😊 Thanks! What was the most challenging part of the redesign? The most difficult thing was a grid system.
A few weeks ago, I kicked off the biggest design system project I've ever worked on. I'm incredibly lucky to be working with an organization in the top 10 of the Fortune 500 list to help create a design system that will govern all of the apps and sites they create internally.