Austin Leishman Review of Wasatch Chess by Nathan...

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Review of Wasatch Chess by Nathan M Austin Leishman I’m really impressed with the visual appeal of Nathan’s blog page. The design and user interface on the blog are really user-friendly, and I feel like everything flows really well. Something I took away from Nathan’s blog is the use of large images in the front page of the blog feed, attached to each blog post. I think I’m going to try and make mine look a little more like that one if at all possible. Nathan’s blog lacks a side bar and instead uses a drop-down format for accessing different pages, but I like the way it feels. Widgets are placed inside the individual pages and not on any sidebar or drop-down menu and I was really impressed with
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Unformatted text preview: that. Nathan has great color on his blog, and the individual pages feel authentic and not at all forced. I felt incentivized to learn more about chess and speed chess from reading about Nathan’s experiences and I feel like you can’t replicate that authenticity with something you aren’t really passionate about, so I appreciated that as well. All in all, the only recommendation that I’d have is making any associated social media accounts more accessible, I was unable to find them on my own (which may have simply been my error)....
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