Working on a site for some Texas oil men (pronounced "ole men"). This particular concept focuses on their professionalism, and environmental caution... hence my AMAZING copywriting haha.
5 months ago
@Jed you have a knack for copywriting! Have you thought about the states for the navigation yet?
@Brandon Escalante Haha thanks homie. I haven't yet, literally just wireframed and threw it together as fast as possible... about an hour : )
Do you have any ideas?
Not knowing anything about the project going to just aimlessly throw this out there...
Technology/Safety/Environment feel like the could potentially be wrapped into one landing page, giving only one clear action here on the homepage. The three buttons make me feel slightly less confident that I'm going to the correct place.
@Josh Hemsley What would you know about designing for energy companies?!!! Haha, but seriously thanks, thats awesome feedback : )
The thinking there was lets focus on the 3 things that they excel at above their competitors... but maybe we could present them better and just have 1 call to action? I'll def mock that up : )
This is SUPER nitpicky but the white CTA in the intro image catches my eye as being w/o rounded corners yet its transparent border has them as do the other buttons. Seems like it should either adhere to the other buttons or the border should have hard edges to match it. Again, super nitpicky.
Really dig this. I'd echo Josh's "refreshing" thought. My only thought is I feel there needs to be a little more consistency in the blues. Or maybe just change the nav to be more of a grey?
@Shawn Huddleston Good eye : ) I think there has to be a different button style when its on top of a photo.... but I agree there should def be more continuity!
@Joshua Wright Thanks! Ughhh their blue is so hard to work with haha, The palette def still needs work : ) The nav bar is actually transparent white and will get its color from the images underneath.
4 months ago
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