I have worked on some project recently. There is just doubt I have to clear can anyone tell me what is the difference in above designs? Left is made by me and right made by @eddy w.
Checkout the full pageview http://d.pr/i/daEw :)
about 1 month ago
you've been robbed :/
@Eddy W. this is soooo lame...
@Eddy W. Its not about you took client or something its just about giving proper credits thats it my friend :)
Okay dear dont be angry i got the link.
Paresh khatri version: http://interloop.co/Clients/atriark/
@Eddy W. I am not angry at all my friend :)
@Eddy W. when I wrote robbed, I meant that you did not give proper credit for @Paresh Khatri work.
Too much spacing for @Eddy W. unless it was meant to be full screen before scrolling :)
Besides the attribution problem, those in the soft science of color psychology believe darker background palettes with light content layered on top are perceived as more serious by users.
Considering this is a financial service, I could see how that would be a desired outcome for the client.
That said, what's the deal with this company? The idea of sending $10,000 to an investment company in Costa Rica that takes 5% per year and doesn't mention even one of the team members behind it or offer any sort of verifiable assurance is pretty sketchy. For what it's worth, I also have some money invested in different parts of the crypto-currency ecosystem already and this still raises red flags. I realize there is a feature section telling me this is trustworthy but there's nothing to support that claim.
using someone else's work as their own is just lame...
@Paresh Khatri You did a fantastic job on this though most of the elements are identical on both the designs.
1. Great design.
2. Because the page as lots of information, having a visual "break" makes easy to focus at one part at-a-time.
3. a background color also encourages the user to keep on scrolling - to "discover" more content. it provides a feeling the there is "new" information.
4. spacing of the content elements also allows focusing on each element.
5. date timeline provides contexts to the graph.
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