Just recently launched a new website for Dreamten Studios, my tiny design, branding, and development studio. The site is relatively simple, with a single (responsive) page showcasing the latest work and giving you a brief overview of my company. I wanted to get something up as soon as possible, but over time I'll be adding more projects (I have over 20 to post), making more in depth case studies, and adding a blog.
I was sick of my previous website and couldn't bear to look at it any more, so I'm glad there's something new up for now even if it's just a foundation. I was tempted to wait until everything was built out and perfect, but after reading Execute by @drewwilson, I was inspired to simply get something up asap, then iterate and add new features over time. Critiques, feedback, or general comments are welcome.
Visit the site at http://www.dreamten.com
5 months ago
Very nice use of hierarchy, love how you play with types. Colors are really well balanced too. Interesting work Phil.
@Luboš Volkov @Vincent Tantardini Thank you guys!
I really like it overall and the flow is great.
A couple of nitpicks though if you don't mind - 1) absolutely not feeling your choice of pink-ish red, for some reason it's just plain annoying 2) the opening copy "Changing the .." has too much resemblance to Obama's CHANGE. I would consider some other font that is not this close to Gotham.
Very clean and not toooo minimal. I like your use of color on the bg images with the overlaying type. Very tasteful. Best of luck with your development studio!
I like it, I would make the second navigation invisible until needed. Have a second navigation visible from site load is a bit redundant imo
Nice work Phil!
@Seán Halpin Thanks dude, love your work!
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