Inspired by Dribbble. Changed the Like icon to a heart, and using the thumb for the books that are recommended by the publishers.
I might get away with using grey for links here because they have icons. But maybe they could appear disabled. Usability wise its not that smart to use grey or black for links. Comments? Im struggeling a bit here :)
almost 2 years ago
I think it's a lot better.
Is the "Anbefalt (Recommended) av Pax" supposed to be a statement or a link? That's what I'm struggling a bit with now that I look at it.
Maybe that "Anbefalt av..." text could be moved below the content text?
Only thing that feels out of place, other than that is the banner.
Not sure why. Maybe try out a ribbon of some sort?
But I'm finding fault here. Overall it looks crisp and professional!
I like this much better, Gunder! If your link styles aren't orange, then there'd be no conflict. On the other hand, orange has some social connotations...in Germany, just to give an example, orange tag backgrounds stand for "cheap", so if I see a orange bg behind a price or description tag, I think of a special price or that it's on sale. I don't know whether that's true for Norway (that's Norwegian, right?).
Anyway, I really like your design style. Very elegant, smart, and to the point.
Thanks alot guys! I will take this with me tomorrow when I continue.
@Maleika: You are very right about the orange colour. It really differs alot how orange is perceived from country to country. The only supporting colors I have to the pallette is: #33beac and #0d7566, along with the main green #3cb65c. Very minty feel to the pallette which makes me struggle. Ive inserted orange as a high contrast colour to be used for linking to secondary but important content. Does that make sense to you? :)
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