Here is a peek at our ExpressionEngine landing page in the works. Just trying decide whether to show the EE control panel on the monitor or a nice site design. Either has pros and cons. Thoughts?
over 2 years ago
The new site is coming along nicely
Depends... are the people who end up on this page familiar with ExpressionEngine? If so, a screenshot makes sense. If not, the EE admin is visually unimpressive.
I say that chances are if somebody is reading this page looking for an EE expert, they already know what EE is and what the back-end looks like. I say screenshot. Or maybe make it cross-fade back/forth between that and a screenshot of a site?
I'd probably go with the EE control panel or a screenshot of the EE site. As Steve says, if they're that specific they'll know what it is.
Thanks guys, still waiting for Mr. Reagan to weigh in :)
Very clean and organized Bill, I love it :)
Not sure about the heading. It's centered in the middle, but the second line is left-aligned. It just seems off.
I liked the previous snaps better (where the heading was entirely left-aligned). Maybe try centering the second line as well? Everything else is sweet, though :)
Personally I'd go with a project shot.
It's pretty apparent of the EE connection so push more of your great work.
I think it looks slick as hell and I'm sure the new site will look killer.
But just a bit of honest feedback:
White backgrounds destroys eyes.
Like literally, my eyes start to sting after 30 seconds when I'm browsing a site with a white background, so I would merely suggest just a hint of gray-ish maybe light-beige touch to it.
Or maybe even a subtle texture just to soothe the eyes of the viewer a bit.
Thanks Emir! I will review that concern. I know we are pretty set on the white but I will rethink some ideas around that issue.
light and clean. like yor style, man!
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