I've just finished of designing the landing page to launch the TinyLove app.
Built using WordPress, it's fully responsive as well as retina ready. It's still awaiting customisation but you can view the semi-live site here. Check out the the full pixels or the responsive pixels.
As usual feedback is always welcome! :)
8 months ago
Looks nice. Here's what I'd call my feedback:
1. Not a huge fan of super dark dropshadow under the headline in Hero area.
2. Maybe the name of the app should be larger since you're utilizing the white space — make it big and important. I'd bump up the size of "Introducing" too.
3. The hand holding the phone could use some basic retouching to match the overall good-lookingness (I know this word doesn't exist) of the page.
4. Some font anti-aliasing would be good for presentation purposes.
5. Same with pixel hinting in icons — make dem shine with crispness! :)
6. Submit button is smaller than the text fields — the remedy would be to enlarge the button at least to the text field's height.
Other than that looks very nice. I'd buy this theme. And responsive mockups look very solid too. Great work!
Looks great bro! Love the use of colours and the type!
looks awesome great work!
Not so sure about the font.. it's a bit fuzzy, and that "Get in touch" section is just waaay too big imo. Color palette is really nice though :)
Nice work, make sure use pixel perfect centering in the icons and other places (it's missing in many places).
Simple, but functional :)
what font are you using throughout the page?
beautiful job! another great flat Ui
@Avinash Tripathi @Barry Mccalvey @ben dunn @Luboš Volkov @Rodrigo Grundig @Justin Graham - Many thanks for the kind words guys!!
@Sasha Agapov - Thank you very much for the solid feedback Sasha! I really appreciate it. I'll try and incorporate it into the touchup. The drop shadow was necessary for eligibility. I agree with the handy iPhone, I'll work on the accuracy (might have to hire a hand model as there's not many on the web haha :)) Thanks again.
@Dreamway Studios (via Michael Westerhof) - The font is Open Sans with different weightings. Kept it identical to the app :)
I love the color combination that really looks beautiful :)
Thanks @Thorsten Röver AGD! Much appreciated dude :)
I love your work, it's clean and crisp. And your colors...!
7 months ago
Many thanks for your kind words @Kris Lynn Giamello! Loving your illustrations :)
I love the colors!
4 months ago
Thank you @Lindsey! Much appreciated :)
Nice layout definitely, here's some feedback that you can use:
• Contact form is too big for desktop version
It feels like you didn't know what to do, so you've just created huge form that will fill up the empty space. You should maybe think about implementing social assets from the top and contact form together as one neutral step in the whole presentation.
• "It's the next generation..." quote
Maybe you don't need it on mobile version. It takes time to scroll plus it's not the most important information that I wanna see when I stumble up on this site on my mobile device. "See how it works" section is much more important imho.
• Contact form on the tablet and mobile version
Padding on the left and right side is not the same. It looks a bit weird. On the tablet version, padding on the right side is much bigger than on the left. And on the mobile version, the left side has bit larger padding than the right side.
Hope this helps. Cheers!
30 days ago
Aleksandar Djuric - Woah! Thank you very much for the feedback dude, much appreciated! After testing the site on multiple devices, I agree that the contact form needs to be adjusted and the font size could be adapted for smaller resolutions. Always appreciated awesome feedback - thanks again!!
@Balraj Chana You probably wanted to tag my bro @Aleksandar Djuric. :)
29 days ago
@Aleksandar Gosevski @Balraj Chana Oh well... ^.^
@Aleksandar Gosevski - Oh my haha!!! Sorry dude :) I meant @Aleksandar Djuric! Thanks for pointing that out!
28 days ago
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