Comments are an important part to any website community. Within the comments section visitors of your website may share their ideas, thoughts, and related links on topic with your content. It’s revolutionized the web 2.0 era!
Today we take comments as often commonplace wherever we go. Most blogs will include this feature by default. This also includes many of the popular open source projects such as Wordpress, MovableType, Blogger, and others. And although many of these are semi-closed off the most popular systems allow for customizations.
This is where threaded comments have begun. Including threads within the conversations allows for branching topics and more direct responses. Below I’ve gathered a hefty collection of threaded comment designs for your viewing pleasure. Feel free to leave your own comments as well if anything strikes your eye!
Australian design and illustrator Luke Feldman is the subject of today’s designer showcase. You may be familiar with Luke’s work, Skaffs. Here you will get a chance to learn a little bit more about Luke, and you can certainly be inspired by his work.
Many of you are probably familiar with Alex Beltechi’s work on blogs like PSDTUTS and GoMediaZine. Alex has some incredible work that I am happy to feature here. You can get to know a little bit about him, get some inspiration from his work, and find some places where you can connect with him.
This week’s designer showcase features Mike Chan. A while ago I came across Mike’s portfolio on Behance and was really interested in his work. In this post you’ll get to know a little bit about Mike, you’ll see some samples from his portfolio, and you’ll find links where you can connect with him.
Today’s designer showcase features Brazilian designer Leandro Demetrius. Leandro’s Flirck profile is full of inspirational work, especially if you like lighting effects. Please take a few minutes to get to know more about Leandro and check out his work.