The Monopolitan

Pretty cool blog/news site layout. I like the basic grid and imagery. The hamburger nav with the nav items that only show once you click it seems a little unwarranted. Just my humble opinion, I don’t like to hide things the user needs unless there’s a reason. There may be here, but I can’t figure it. At any rate it’s a beautiful website visually and works seamlessly.

From the Designer:

Bases in Mexico, The Monopolitan is a global briefing covering international business trends and ideas.

Submitted by: Juan Pablo Gomez
Twitter: @themonopolitan
Role: Owner
Country: Mexico


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