I get that Yahoo needs to push their services, so we get a purple navigation bar on all flickr pages.
flickr with Yahoo’s purple bar
Google do it, but their services are free and it’s the “price” you pay for using free services. I pay for flickr, and have no real interest in Yahoo’s other offerings – not that I’m judging: if they are good I’ll find them without that purple bar. The duplication of navigation on flickr is annoying and a bit of a UI fail.
Wish Yahoo have used the current flickr navigation bar and added a less intrusive “More” dropdown item.
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