• Ed AdamsEd Adams, over 8 years ago

    Didn't mind this at first, and for the first week it was on the top of the homepage I wasn't too bothered but by now it's kinda grating and annoying to keep seeing this advertised.

    11 points
    • Kelly SuttonKelly Sutton, over 8 years ago

      We've had some internal discussion about this exact point. We learned a bit and will be handling this differently in the future.

      4 points
      • Sean O'GradySean O'Grady, over 8 years ago

        Any internal discussion on the layervault logo on the back?

        2 points
        • Kelly SuttonKelly Sutton, over 8 years ago (edited over 8 years ago )

          A little bit. In all honesty, the logo was put on the back because that's what we've done with all shirts in the past.

          This case was a bit different though, as it is the first Designer News shirt. In retrospect, we should have thought that through a bit more.

          We also botched the price quite a bit. Expect us to play with that in the future. (The success of LayerVault, Inc. does not depend on our ability to sell T-shirts.)

          Thanks for bearing with us as we work out the kinks here, and thanks to everyone that's bought a shirt thus far.

          7 points
  • Jeff EscalanteJeff Escalante, over 8 years ago

    Does it have a long shadow yet?

    11 points
  • Nicola RushtonNicola Rushton, over 8 years ago (edited over 8 years ago )

    Damn... yet another time I want to buy an industry t-shirt but there's no women's option.

    2 points
    • Matt Achariam, over 8 years ago

      Sorry about that Nicola, will be sure to tweak that next time but I believe the American Apparel crew's are more unisex then not.

      0 points