Website interface design for the home page of one of the ongoing project.
Will appreciate the feedback...
almost 2 years ago
dude... this is amazing (would love to see full size) but looks cool man!
Great vibrant colors! I Love that shiny gradient. It caught my eye quickly, but it has a drawback - causing an attention like this automatically draws Your focus from the more important parts. Maybe it would be better to get the most important information highlighted like this?
Its a personal preference, but those blue secondary headlines are bit off the scheme. I would swap it to something more neutral.
Whats the font of the main feature? I love that proportions between the top white type & recruitment word. Looks outstanding!
Thank you @David Kovalev
I have attached the full version...
Thank you @Jacek Siedlaczek
Wow! great comments...when i design the website i always wanted to hold the user there by grabing his/her eye for some bold design element, so that he/she appreciates the design and wanted to know/see more.
Moreover, with the rule of thirds the eye movement goes from the top left to the bottom right and i have made it like that.
Regarding the blue secondary headlines i agree with your thoughts and will try to use some neutral colors.
The font for the main heading at the top is Book Antiqua.
Thank you once again for such great comments... :)
Thanks you @Terry Dee
@Hemant : Fair play. I do use the rule of thirds, golden ratio and all the align rules in my projects. Its just that "standing out" elements causes the eye to move from the top to bottom path.
I used myself an intense shining gradient like this in a project once, but there was an important paragraph that had to be readed so it was more like a form of rich expose. Either way, tests showed that rapid saccade movements while reading over were constantly distracted with that shiny thing, so i decided finally to make it a bit more neutral.
Either way, it still looks great!
And thanks for the Antiqua tip.
it would be really neat to put some market product in a package that stands out like this! :)
I agreed, In case when the client needs some paragraph or bit lengthy text to highlight, then i too prefer some flat and neutral colors.
Thank you @Jenny Rosenberg
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