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The modern internet sucks. As HTML5 has hit its stride, we’ve been lucky enough to receive abominations like parallax scrolling, social media buttons everywhere, loading screens for no apparent reason and scrolljacking. Websites are getting bigger, slower and… frankly, awful. Yes, the future of the internet has delivered us the glorious ability to finally ditch Adobe Flash and build beautiful websites with complex CSS and JavaScript, but it’s come at the expense of making it an impossible to use nightmare for everyone involved. Flat design, basically the Web 2.0 of modern times, promised great things and improved the way designers think about…

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