Working on alternative options for the Fatsoma homepage ahead of the relaunch of the product, with major improvements that should be launching in the coming months.
Another concept for the page, this time with improved stock and visual tweaks.
Any feedback you have, or if you have a favourite out of the two, I'd love to hear from you.
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3 months ago
this is beaut! Well played bro
@Ben Dunn Thanks man!
I think this looks great, Jamie! Love the colors and the photo treatment(s).
I think your buttons would like superb as rectangles though versus having rounded borders. It'll mesh well with the typography and logo in the upper left corner.
@Cat Noone Thank you Cat, I will try that out and see what it looks like :)
Very simple design with awesome color! Damn good!
Sweet stuff man.
Digging this man, neat work.
Great work! I like it!
I like it so much!
I would increase the line spacing in the body copy overall, so it feels a little lighter, and I would decrease the opacity of the photo behind the "why fatsoma" section to make it more legible.
Love the build with background photography. Classy!
Very nice work man, colours are awesome, only issue I see is the first paragraph on the green background is kinda hard to read.
Love the patterns on the BG
@Dave Ruiz Thanks, will try that out.
@Mike Busby Thanks man, will play with opacities and such for readability.
Its awesome man gw. Personally I'm not a fan of copy changing its alignment throughout a page so that green copy should be left aligned for me. I think it's such a awkward way to read text when you switch from left to center. I even have a problem with left to right but lets discuss that another time :P
And I love those colors!
Well done, Sir.
Good work! Clear an concise!
2 months ago
Very originally !
Love the colours
29 days ago
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