Not sure if this is the direction I'm going to be taking with this, but I think it's an alright start.
12 months ago
nice! loving the fonts!
I really like the textures you're working with Janna! The e's in that font are getting a little mushy at that size, though.
Great work! I would soften the white highlight at the top a bit more. Awesome.
amazing choice of colors
Niiiice! Except for the top portion.
@Haziq Mir What's wrong?
digging the oval shape, nice change from the circle and works with the swirly wood grain texture. I think the girl looks out of place at least in the shot, and the trans stroke could be bigger(wider).
nice work so far!
@matt rossi The girl is just placeholder, she'll probably be moved. Thanks
More regarding the chick-
If this is for potential college peeps, I'd kill the stock photo of the cheesy chick in a suit, and try to snap a pic of some regular looking kids on a campus. Your design- as always- kicks ass. Don't cheapen it with obvious stock. Just my two cents. :)
@Mike Finch I know, this is just for mock-up purposes. We all hate cheesy stock photo people :)
It's subtle, but I really dig the wood grain texture. Everything else looks nice (and the critiques are fair)...so that's what I got for you.
@Janna Haga is the the transparent boarder on the outside the same size all around? Looks a little wider on the left side than the top.
looks great janna, perhaps the select boxes could have a white background to distinguish them from the boxes they're in?
@Janna Hagan The inner oval appears weird perhaps because of it's shorter width. It's hard to explain it. Hope this explains - http://d.pr/i/N8Do
Don't take me too seriously. It can be just me :)
@Haziq Mir I did that on purpose actually to kind of give it a weird shape. I might take it out though, I'm thinking the top bar is taking up too much vertical space.
@Blake Brown You were right, off by a pixel :)
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