Responsive design for the Sebonic Financial site. Trying to decide whether we should reduce some of the content to make it shorter.
Created with the Focus Lab team
10 months ago
scroll baby scroll
Holy moly how long does this go??
Looks great, but it does seem excessively long. If you can't cut down on content, I'd at least put type of menu system to jump from one section to another easily.
@Ted Goas for like a week or so - grab some popcorn.
@Stephen Di Donato yeah there will be a menu in the nav so you can get to each section.
is this site a one pager, or is this just the homepage? brb, need to refill my popcorn
lovely and clean!
@Michal Kopanski sort of. All the marketing content is on the homepage - ex: tour, about, ect. The contact, terms, careers are all separate pages.
I like it ;)
With content that long maybe think about a persistent nav? Looks beautiful though!
@Charlie Waite the beautifully designed icons are a lot of overhead for mobile. They occupy about half of the screen height at any given point.
Just a thought, but maybe you could consider making them a bit smaller, which won't affect the visual treatment, but will reduce the page scroll drastically since there's so many of them.
Thanks @Craig Stubblefield - was bouncing that idea around.
@Michal Kopanski good call on the icons, going to mess around with that and see if it helps.
They see me scrollin', they hatin'.
Would have sore thumbs after scrolling down that ;) i agree with @Stephen Di Donato
@Daniel Thomas you obviously have some girly thumbs - time to get in the weight room = )
@Charlie Waite - It's tough to make decisions like persistent nav because you know it encroaches on simplicity and content-first. But might be a decent compromise to support the amount of content in-line.
Super fluent design. Is the responsive integration for this website?
For your shorter contents you should consider technics such us conditional loading.
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