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  1. Bart Ebbekink Bart Ebbekink

    The new homepage design for the corporate website of KroeseWevers. A multidisciplinary organization, that is covering a wide range of accounting, tax and related financial issues in the Netherlands.

    They wanted a homepage with a lot of information on it. So that is what they got.

    You can see the full design here

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    3 months ago

  2. Snita Snita

    Unique design, I like it!

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    3 months ago

  3. Petar Stojakovic Petar Stojakovic

    Nice work @Bart Ebbekink

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    3 months ago

  4. Nick van der Wildt Nick van der Wildt

    Unique, simple, I like the color scheme and how you applied it.. not much to add! I would maybe vertically align the arrows in the quote on the bottom of the page. They seem to be floating a bit.

    Good luck to the front-end developer for this project! It will be a nice challenge, I bet :-)

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    3 months ago

  5. Chirag D Chirag D

    Nice!

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    3 months ago

  6. Kartik Mahant  Kartik Mahant 

    Lovely Design !

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    3 months ago

  7. Alex Wright Alex Wright

    @Bart Ebbekink Love the geometry of this design. As @Nick van der Wildt said, the front-end on this would be a nice challenge :)
    Great work!

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    3 months ago

  8. Evert Slagter Evert Slagter

    Well done, impressed how you moved beyond the latest design trends!

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    3 months ago

  9. Bart Ebbekink Bart Ebbekink

    @Nick van der Wildt @Alex Wright

    http://www.kroesewevers.nl

    Still needs some work with the right amount of content, but you know how it goes ... ;)

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    3 months ago

  10. Nick van der Wildt Nick van der Wildt

    @Bart Wow, looks great! Did you do it yourself? Does it look like this in IE as well? :-) Good job, great website!

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    3 months ago

  11. Avinash Tripathi Avinash Tripathi

    Cool! Love the brochure approach!

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    3 months ago

  12. Alex Wright Alex Wright

    @Bart Ebbekink Nicely done! Looking through the code, I like the balance that you have between graceful degradation (background images for angled blocks) and progressive enhancement (rotated thumbnails). There's always that required balance between the two - it will be nice when we can default to CSS3 and not have to worry about fallbacks ;)

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    3 months ago

  13. Bart Ebbekink Bart Ebbekink

    @Alex Wright @Nick van der Wildt Ha! I did not do this myself. We have a front-end team for that ;) My HTML knowledge is not that good. :) It is tested in IE.

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    3 months ago

  14. Ryan O. Hicks Ryan O. Hicks

    Interesting

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    3 months ago

  15. Ciprian Gavriliu Ciprian Gavriliu

    Eye candy geometry

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    3 months ago

  16. Mariusz Ciesla Mariusz Ciesla

    Nice!

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    3 months ago

  17. Christina Dobi Christina Dobi

    Neat!

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    3 months ago

  18. Salomon Aurélien Salomon Aurélien

    SO FRESH ! Love the layout, unique

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    3 months ago

  19. Adrien THOMAS Adrien THOMAS

    Cool design, love it ! Are you hating the integrators ? xD

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    3 months ago

  20. Nate Archer Nate Archer

    love the UX

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    3 months ago

  21. Spiros Mantadakis Spiros Mantadakis

    Mooi gedaan man! Je hebt de content goed 'gefit'.

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    3 months ago

  22. Christiaan Hemerik Christiaan Hemerik

    Well done, man! Love it!

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    3 months ago

  23. NATHAN | STATON NATHAN | STATON

    @Alex Wright Yeah I second that, the front-end would be a little touch to render on all browsers. Glad to hear it works in IE, very impressive!!

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    2 months ago

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