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Still a work in progress, especially on the "Open Positions" section.
Like always feedback welcomed!
10 months ago
@Jonathan Moreira Simple and clean - I like the colour scheme a lot, thought this combination seems to be trendy :)
Really clean, clear, i like it !
@Axel Herman @Nicolas Hess thanks guys!
Nice design. Very clean UI. love the flat colors. :)
Beautiful colors and very fresh design. Trending and unique at the same time. I really like it comes together @Jonathan!
The opening positions hover (the orange/red) feels more like I made something wrong. Maybe keeping in the blueish and use a brighter blue could help. It could be also the light orange background change.
Nice and clean man! Love it!
It's really nice, but a few things stand out.
- The highlight on the Careers box (over the ping pong table) makes the box look blurry towards the right of the box. I'd suggest getting rid of it or putting a stroke in.
- Some of the icons (under What We Offer ) are blurry, you should pixel hint them.
Love the icons. Overall great work.
I know world is getting into flat design but maybe we should keep our style alive too? This is nice but i'd love to see your real style mixed in it :)
Great design but I would question how many font sizes you are using...lacks consistency, I would trim it down to 3 maybe 4.
Thanks guys for the inputs!
@Leonardo Zakour @Ido Vock good points, yes like I said it's a work in progress. I'm still not happy with the style of this part.
@david tyndall thanks for pointing this out, that might be one of the reasons why the 'Open Section' part feels a bit out of place.
@zee7 ✽ Mate thanks for the feedback, I can't agree more about the fact a new trend is being set up. I understand your point, but I don't totally agree as the style and design depends on the project requirement itself. Before jumping into this project we discussed about what kind of style we wanted. And we didn't say: "Ho let's go to 100% flat, its the trend, we need this". No, we just simply ended up saying that we wanted a really clean and simple look for the website as the product itself should follow this style. Going in a too much skeumorphic style would have been wrong for Scaligent. Then, after several iterations, this design style came naturally. That said, I'm still trying to keep my style into it but in a cleaner way (more subtle shadows, less gradients and very few textures, ...). So far, overall I'm happy with the way it's turning out, although I do agree some parts need some work.
Also, I think designers have to follow the trends in some way. Not that we should completely change our own style each time a new trend is coming. But I think it's important to at least adapt it a minimum. Maybe that's a bit sad said like this, but if we don't do it we'll endup doing same kind of design in a few years which won't be considered beautiful, pleasant to the eye and usable anymore. Just imagine a designer today doing glossy buttons with bevel and emboss everywhere in their design just for the sake of keeping the style he was doing 10 years ago. Who wants to use this kind of app today? I guess nobody, although long time ago it was a win.
@Jonathan Moreira wise words, :) where can I sign?!
@Jonathan Moreira you're totally right, a designer should adapt to the current trends but always keeping what makes you original.
Btw I really liked this design, congrats :)
Looks great. Loving it. I'd fix the bullets under Bonus Perks. Your leading matches the space between each bullet (or check).
Good job @Jonathan Moreira
What works about this page is:
1. White space - leads the eye through the messaging
2. Contrast - used to distinguish sections
3. Structure - providing consistency and order
Also just a thought for the open positions section. You've probably considered it but what about six boxes in a grid, with each opening a light box with the full job spec?
@Will Grounds not a bad idea, thanks for the suggestion!
Fantastic design @Jonathan Moreira. I agree completely with your earlier words about going along with the trends. It seems like you've found a really good mix. I think this approach will only serve to further evolve your own personal style.
@Sean Hsieh thanks man, means a lot!
Jonathan, loving this. Question for you. Do you have an idea for when your open positions reach more than 6? That might be unlikely most of the time, but i'm still curious. Also, do they disappear when it get's below 6?
Just some more thoughts from another friendly designer. Again, freaking love this man. Beautifully simple.
@Charles Riccardi very good point, one more reason to re-work that section. Thanks man!
Dude, friends helping friends man. It's what it's about :)
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