dressed.so, New and Improved

Today marks the first of a number of changes to d.so (beyond the addition of this blog, that is). We’ve added a bit of functionality–most notably the list of recent blog posts–but it’s largely a superficial makeover so far. We wanted to make the place look a bit nicer while, in the meantime, we’re working on the big changes in the background. Over the next few months you can expect us to roll out some major overhauls to d.so functionality, including but not limited to:

+ See users who follow you
+ Delete posts
+ Improved commenting
+ Improved user profiles
+ Sort front page by cred or date
+ Greater usability site-wide

We hope you like what you see so far, and we are certain you’ll love what’s coming. Let us know how you feel about the new look for the front page, and tell us your thoughts on the blog so far.

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    daou0782 at 4:54 pm

    If you sort front page by cred, you will turn d.so into lookbook. It will all become a competition for cred. please, don’t do that. if anything, allow a user’s fits to be sorted by cred, but not the front page.

    • bree@dressed.so'
      thethirdsilence at 5:55 pm

      Yeah, I think there are some problematic outcomes for the community if default sorting is by credit. Ideally, I think a user would be able to toggle between different filters for sorting front page content, which is something we hope to explore..

    • admin at 4:41 am

      This is a valid concern – but we were thinking that sorting by cred would just be one option for users who want that view, not the site default. Right now, the sorting by upload date is somewhat biased toward users who mass upload and we are looking into alternatives for that reason.

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