6 months ago
Not flat enough
@Michael Topschij - Never really liked 100% flat designs.
Looking good Michael! which font is the "&"?
@Mike van den Broek - Goudy Bookletter :)
I like the ampersand but I don't feel like the paring of the two fonts is right.
Part of it has to do with how the other font is italicized. It makes the ampersand appear to be italicized in the opposite direction which I think brings too much attention to it. It's a little jarring and feels somewhat forced.
I'd like to see a couple other fonts/solutions paired in comparison. Not necessarily changing both, just working it out a little more.
Also, maybe lighten up the shadow a smidge? Just a thought.
There's my two to three cents. Overall, it looks good from what I can see. I am a fan of large photo areas and I like your color choice.
Thanks @Jeremiah Ragsdale
1. I agree with you there in regards to the ampersand. It's still WIP so I'll play around with a few fonts.
2. The shadow isn't actually that dark IRL.. It's just the photo.
Looks good man, can't wait to see some real pixels.
Thats a great idea and concept. I would prefer an all pixels preview in order to comment on the design though.
looks very nice!
Looking forward to seeing more!
@Michael Wong I think we need to educate people on the fact flat design is not the right name for minimalism in design.
Agree with @Sam, flat is not minimal, both are distinctively different. I love this design, it looks great. Well done, looking forward to seeing some real pixels.
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