Hey all. For this week's Handsome Challenge series, I took on the "Remaking A Marketing Experience," challenge.
I have my heart set on getting an Ibizan Hound for my next pet, so decided I'd redo one of the breeder's websites I've been perusing.
See their current site here
Real pixels attached. Feedback is welcome. And thanks!
18 days ago
This is probably the best dog website design out there. Super clean, and would make me want to buy one myself.
Only thing I was confused about at first is the max speed, jump, and life span. They all have the same data design. I think the circle could work for speed and life span, but doesn't connect with me for jumping.
@Connor Hasson you're absolutely right. Good catch.
Needs more linen bg. Other than that, not bad :)
killer work bro
17 days ago
@Aaron Stump Thanks man. Also, thanks for continuing to make Invision more enjoyable.
@Ryan Keairns This confuses and delights me all at the same time.
Absolutely beautiful....It's incredible what good design can achieve. After opening up both of the attachments and then clicking on their current site = MIND BLOW.
Absolutely beautiful. I'm amazed.
The attention you've put here is really impressive. I love the lights, the very clear environement, the real focus on the only thing that matter here : the dog + contact. Great work.
This is so beautiful, mate! Keep up the good work!
Clean and neat, very nice work~
clean, simple and clever, stoned!
I dont know, I like it, but I think it's too clean & clinical for a dog breeding site. I feel it should feel more humble and natural, but great design anyway.
PS My mom breeds pedigree boxers :)
@Brandon Termini How did you make such a smooth animation? My gif exports are bad every time LOL
@Sabri Suby you're always too kind. thanks.
@Ales Nesetril The secret sauce is:
1. Do a screen capture in Quicktime.
2. Import the movie into After Effects and lay it over your dribbble shot.
3. Simple scale up and position with motion blur on.
4. Export full res
5. Open up in photoshop the .mov
6. Save for web as gif.
7. Boom. Should take less than 10 minutes.
@Dennis Terrey Thanks for the feedback. I do agree with you that this is bordering too clinical with the design. My mind on the first past was keep it high end. If I had more time I'd definitely shift this in a warmer direction with warmer colors, and more substantial elements.
@Kesley Bassini Thanks!
@Aurélien Foutoyet Awesome. Thank you.
Looks good, but I'm not keane of the serif titles... also the line height in the titles and subtitles could use a little spacing... just my 2 cents
Yea agree with others on the "too clinical" feedback. The bottom "Get in Touch" blue section should be the top hero. Just feels so much more inviting.
Fonts don't bother me, the numbering does. It's a little random in most places. Especially the Hero marquee and the "get in touch" section.
Also maybe explore that "get in touch" carousel a bit. it seems unintuitive.. does the pagination coordinate with the thumbnails? why number them? Just lacks focus a bit.
The "a breed apart" section should be blown out tremendously. It feels very reduced and trivial. Typography could be cleaned up as well. I think you could add in some nice detail iconography here - would be very fun. i.e. http://d.pr/i/r0QC
Also not sure about lines connecting it to the statistics. Again I think you could play with the stats a bit better here, visually.
It's a really great stat but I think you could push it!
@Brandon Termini just be truthful my man ;)
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