The new citysocializer.com homepage I'm working on.
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Carl John Spencer
7 months ago
Looks really good! The row with all the columns of what people are organizing does seem a little heavy, as there are a lot of elements to process, while they mostly purpose a graphical purpose rather than informative, right? BTW, isn't 'organising' spelled 'organiZing'?
@Yummygum Yeah I agree that it feels still to heavy! Organizing is used by Americans. Both are right, but we prefer organising as our market is still bigger in the UK.
That texture/opacity in the section with the phone might want to be addressed. I could BARELY see what was going on on the black background....
@Anthony Fonte yeah that's what I'm working on right now, also corners of the dates there needs to be better.
Really awesome job man! Like it!@Maxime De Greve ✈
very nice !
Really liking it dude! The only thing I can point out is the placement of the video in the hero there, it seems to have been placed a little arbitrarily. Maybe due to it being boxed in a while border?
nice work man!
Really nice work. The only area I would work on, really element or style, is the faded texture. I think it is a nice idea; however, keeping flat colours would be better, at least in my opinion. If you want to keep them, I would just fade them out a bit more so that they are more subtle, as they should be.
Otherwise pretty good job and am looking forward to seeing this live. :)
Looks pretty good! :)
The only thing that doesn't appeal to me are the social media buttons at the bottom. I suggest switching the white background color and the color of the pictograms or using a soft gray instead of that white as background.
Really like this! The only thing I have to say about it is that the video looks kind of out of place, but I'm not sure if that's just me?
about 1 month ago
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