A shot of the layout of my redesign, not much shocking (I know ;-P). But now included a small 'infographic' left to the body-text, .. and like it very much.
Still don't know if I'll let Georgia Italic Bold in the design or to put e.g. Fontin italic Bold in stead?
over 2 years ago
Some things that can improve the infographic:
1. u don't need the border around the yellow circle.
2. Center the text on all the circles ... compare the text on the blue circle to the text on the others .... the blue one looks so much more balanced.
Try it, I'm sure it will look much better :)
cheers for the advice, greatly appreciated!
Your first point I'm going to do right away, see if that looks better. Concerning the second point, all texts are centered and I can't (read: don't want to) let the texts overlap with another circle - where the text doesn't 'belong' to.
But I'll try to center them as much as possible .. So, have some patience before I rebound. Just want to say that I like it you took the time to give some great feedback!
Cheers & Ciao amigo ..!
by Jan Rajtoral
Cheers mate, for the great feedback on my infographic, without the outline on the yellow circle it sure looks better, much better!
Also centered the text more in the circles and even increased font-size a bit.
So once again, thanks for taking the time to give me some awesome feedback, it's all in the detail ;-P
Cheers & Ciao ..
over 2 years ago
I always love a nice but of colour like this on a page.
Nice colors (.. who doesn't love yellow, cyan and magenta?) on a 'gray-ish' texture always makes it less dull ;-P
Thanks for your comment, Cheers & Ciao ..
Hi Jan. You may find our Analog (scroll down a bit) venn diagram interesting if you haven't seen it already?
Yep, I've seen it and I love it! Like the way you've done the white border around the 'silhouet' of the circles and a great color-use of the overlapping pieces of the circles! This way the diagram stands more out from the page/background, very well-done!
My simple 'infographic' is just one of the new graphics/images and jQueries I'm (finally) adding to the redesign of my existing portfolio which I published late 2009.
Thanks for your link, cheers & ciao ..
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