I designed the upcoming website for Orquest. A Dutch company that is specialised in branding and manifestations. This is the homepage. Headers are in Dutch, so if you want to understand what is up, use this page. :)
Don't forget to check out the full page.
7 months ago
DAT bokeh in the header photo
Colorful isn't it?
Not important, but you are using the old logo for Twitter (above the Tweet example) :)
@Bart Ebbekink Looks too crowded although it's not (content wise). Maybe changing both large images to something with less details would be a better fit ?
@Samuel vgm Owh snap! Thanks :)
@Tiberiu Neamu Maybe .. maybe.. Never found it to crowded myself to be honest, but I will look into it! Thanks.
Looks great, love the colors, fonts and usage of whitespace. Great balance.
And do replace the old Twitter logo with the new one, this is important imo, @Samuel vgm ;)
Also, the twitter logo on top looks a bit squashed vertically...
@Justin Roos The bird thought he had magic powers and could fly through a window, just like every other bird thinks. That went probably wrong, so that's why he looks 'a bit squashed vertically'.
Great work Bart, looks cool!
@Bart Ebbekink Looking good, the orange / blue combo is great. I would consider removing the circle outlines around the social icons. I don't think they need them. Also I feel the weight of the nav links is a tad too bold. Maybe a thinner weight could give that nav area a little breathing room - the space in between objects isn't sitting well for me. Overall really nice though. Keep it up!
@Marco Moreno Come on, it looks great. You just added stuff in there :)
@Bart Ebbekink Sick design, plus the bokeh makes it easy on the eyes, if you know what I mean.
Clean and Simple, I like that.
@Alex Botic hehe - we're supposed to give feedback right? Never said it didn't look good. Just some minor stuffs. =)
Lookin good. Might just want to put a little play icon in the video button to show its a video. People like video's :)
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