I'm currently working on Scaligent's new website. Here's one of the versions I did:
- Full screen
This would be the home and about page presenting the team. On the homepage the timeline would be done with smooth animations. Also don't pay too much attention to the text, I'm a terrible copywriter... ;) Still an early concept, currently working on another one, so hopefully more to come soon!
Feedback always appreciated!
7 months ago
Wow! Love the style!
That is really cool.
Really nice layout and I dig the colours. Great work!
it looks really slick! my only feedback is around the dropshadow under the circle - compared to the rest of the design, it looks less slick because of its size and spread. perhaps sharpen the shadow, or delete it altogether? just a thought.
Super nice colours and layout!
A great team!
I think it looks really great. I'm highly receptive to your attention to the subtle details throughout the layout. Very nicely done!
Gorgeous. Great use of color and spacing. Looks legit.
nice clean design
@Jonathan Moreira Gorgeous!
WOW thanks guys for the amazing answer! Glad you like it!
@Alisha Ramos I see what you mean, thanks for pointing this out!
Maybe one thing that comes to mind: the join us-thumbnail should have the highlight you are using on the photos as well. And the icon: the width of the stroke it has, might be better if you use the same width as the graphs?
That would be all, it really does look great!
I would go without that inner white stroke on photos :)
Well done! :)
Nice work! I know you have the asterisk for the footnote on the left of the phrase (*PUSH-UPS) so the right-alignment works, but I think it ends up being typographically confusing. Can you place it at the end (PUSH-UPS*) with the asterisk hanging off the line?
Beautiful craftsmanship, @Jonathan.
@Jonathan Moreira great work! the main line on 213k of code can be a tad smoother on that first slope though ;-)
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