Design for a cyber intelligence firm / software. Both the client and I wanted to avoid anything that was technology-forward, instead aiming for a more abstract method of communicating their product. What do you think?
The photo is actually my own; taken on a flight from Toronto to Zurich in September of last year.
about 1 month ago
This versión is too nice :D
Love both but this version takes it for me. The main image works really well. Love the concept.
The top section looks great and the subtle fade works well.. I do feel without having those boxes and video filled images it's hard to see how the end product would balance. The bottom section is really strict and lacking the character shown above it... could you mock up those sections with images and a video?
I like how the whole interface enhances typography and it definitely brings up cyber feeling in the whole presentation. I'd suggest making the bottom part more visually interesting.
@Sam Mearns @Aleksandar Djuric Thanks dudes! Appreciate the feedback. I'm actually working with the client on improving the bottom half of the design. We're integrating some infographics and I'll get a bit more creative. This was more to present the main idea... didn't want to get too deep until I knew they liked it. I'll post the finals when it's launched ;-)
@George Wood Same with me George... I suppose the city and human aspect ads to the concept
@Álvaro Bernal Thank you
@Owen Perry Excellent man, infographics sound nice!
I really love the header but the rest is too generic, don't you think? It could be very amazing if you make more editorial style and less theme style.
I love the transition! Well done!
I love this one as well. NIce work.
I am terrified of this website. Mission: accomplished. ;)
You set yourself up for some awesome D3 force directed effects. Maybe bind the force of the links to the scroll position?
The header section is awesome. Very mysterious :) And I like how subtle it is.
Not sure about the bottom part. Too generic as someone said. Also, there is too much contrast. Maybe making the white text a little darker would help?
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