Working on the new Flyosity.com and this time doing a real Services page. Having fun doing a blueprint design which, I'm sure, went out of vogue in 2009.
about 2 years ago
Nice! It'd be cool if it was responsive.
I think the big chunky copy shouldn't have drop shadow (or outer glow), instead maybe play around with making that copy a little more in the blue print style.. Check this out http://dribbble.com/shots/216894-Now-with-CTA
If you're going for blueprint, you might use some chalkboard type for headings. Would have to see the bigger picture to be sure though
Mike, this looks great. Can't wait to see the live site. If all goes well, I'll be able to hire you for a cool project in 2012 :)
It only went out of style because designers got bored seeing it too frequently. Bringing it back when we haven't really seen it for a while is a good idea because it still looks good.
We seem to be in a good period of web design right now where there is less talk of trends and there isn't one dominating style at the moment. Long may that last!
My rate is.. WHAT, IT'S OVER NINE THOUSAND! (reference)
Is $150 p/h for reals?
Anyway, the design looks good Mike! I really like the shade of blue you have used :)
If you guys are really surprised by a $150/hour rate, you're more than likely undercharging for your time.
This is looking good, Mike. I might try making the contact link larger and moving it up to the bottom of the block of text with some visual treatment to make it feel more actionable. Currently, it's fairly detached from the body text which has the most visual prominence. This may make the page feel a little less balanced without something in the bottom corners, but I'm sure you can figure out how to reconcile that.
$150 sounds awesome! Great work!
@Taylor It was just for the joke, 150$/h is more than fair regarding his level of expertise.
I dig it Mike, but I feel like with the blueprint metaphor it would make sense for the vertical rhythm of the elements to sync up with more of the baselines in the background.
+1 for putting your hourly rate on your homepage, wish I had the balls to do that.
That looks amazing, I love it!!
You should try this for the blueprint: http://goo.gl/OjK3O It´s a Blueprint generator i´ve made. And here are 12 layer styles for it: http://goo.gl/WtWQL
Yeah I used to charge $150p/h as well. When your good, you can do things faster. Thus, the price is usually lower anyway. Mike, do you really want to become a service provider?
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