6 months ago
The separated branding is definitely better this way. I (again) would center the logo before Promote with the profile bubble and the icons below it.
I Love the typography and the color selection :)
@Jed Bridges this Shot is 100% Effective ; )
@Jed Bridges have you tried the adding a background shape with a vibrant color behind the Service Items?
Really grab their attention and letting them know how many services are available.
Maybe even color coordinated?
Agree with @Brandon Escalante - if you're gonna use color in the sidebar, bringing that color onto the page for visual tie-in would be good. Section name (ie Services) in green?
Disagree with @Olivier Vanbiervliet - page content does not need to line up with header/branding. Especially since page content changes from page to page...
@Madelein Araya Thanks!
@Olivier Vanbiervliet Yeah I agree with @Garth Humbert ...not gonna change the alignment to accomodate for this one page : )
@Brandon Escalante @Garth Humbert Good Idea! I feel like theres too many colors as is so im gonna get rid of a few, then push the green : )
What about changing the active tab to a color and making the icons monochrome? In that instance you wouldn't have so many different colors together at once. You could change the active tab arrow to grey and also tie in your content like @Garth Humbert suggested. Changing the H1 would be enough IMO.
@Jed Bridges @Garth Humbert I wasn't talking about the page content, but about the sidebar and the photo bubble & logo above it. Anyway, just my .02 :)
@Olivier Vanbiervliet I know what your saying, but the sidebar and photo are unique to this page : ) Thanks! If this was the only page I would definitely realign to your suggestion
@Jed Bridges My bad. I thought it was a hide/reveal sidebar as in many mobile apps :)
Awesome work. I like the side bar, ummm I like the boxes... hell yeah I like everything :) oh wait, can you left align the all sidebar elements http://d.pr/i/qjBz ?!
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