The landing page design of GetGoing. Logo is not my work.
Full size view here http://kyee.co.uk/getgoing.html
about 1 year ago
Everything but the logo looks great.
Font colour for the input label could do with being a little stronger, found it a little tough to read.
From an implementation point of view, I'd have the images in the background loading from a live Flickr or Inatragram feed or something, so they're constantly changing.
@Robert Rawlins fixed : -)
I actually like the logo
Looks nice :)
Same here @Dan Lebowitz!
I love the main window it, but I missed the facebook and twitter icons, not enough visibility IMO. If the background images changes (I think they should), I'm not sure about the visibility of them with a blueish background photo like a beach.
The Golden Gate Bridge isn't orange bro! Just giving you a hard time :P Lookin' great.
I would try to bring the footer up, above the fold. I didn't even realize it was there til reading @Hunter Hastings comment and searching for the orange golden gate bridge, ha. (unless, of course, thats what you're going for).
thanks for the suggestions guys!
Some images aren't aligned properly, some are 2-3px smaller/bigger than others which really bugs me :)
@Ivo Mynttinen yeah, I am notoriously sloppy when mocking up PSD renders sometimes. It will all be ironed out before the client gets the finished product.
Im one for giving the viewer a bit more info... Could you add a blurb underneath.
12 months ago
This is looking good.
The 'f' in the Facebook button isn't central though, should be moved over to the right a few pixels.
Ant here posting from works account man,
Love it, just not a fan of the pixel spacing being blurred between photos. Looks like theyve been done and then the entire thing has been scaled down (even on the full preview).
Clean and simple, I like it! =)
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