I'm currently designing websites for each of NBC Universal's five international channel brands. The first of these to be completed is for Syfy Universal.
Regardless of what the critics may say, this was one of my favourite rebrands of 2009, so it's been a real pleasure to work with it on this project.
almost 4 years ago
Dude, the shadow is awesome. Elongated and creeperific. Nice work.
The shadow is actually part of the supplied brand kit, but you're right, it's a really well executed shadow!
Still.. I dig it. The rest is slick.
I love the shadow on the logo, and the clean look of the greys.
Don't you think the "Schedule" button is too close to the down arrow? To some people, it may look that the arrow is related to the button instead of the "Films" link, because of the line dividing those two.
nice interface details, and clean feel overall. one question: why did you put the text "schedule / today" so close to the bottom of it's containing box? just curious.
i like how the shadow extends down onto the navigation. thats gonna be really sweet to see implemented.
I am officially jealous of you working on this project.
Thanks all for the kind words! To answer some of your questions…
@Paulo Zoom: The depressed state of this button may be close to the down arrow in this particular case, but in terms of the overall design and behaviour I don't think it poses too much of problem.
@Jonathan Bowden: The text-alignment of the main page heading is a feature of the design. The middle is just so boring, don't you think? ;-)
@Craig Keller: Glad you noticed the shadow falling over the navigation! Sadly, this had to be pulled from the final build, given the time it would have taken to implement.
@Paul: regarding the shadow falling on the nav, I suppose it depends who was responsible for implementing it — I can think of a few ways it would be dead simple to do ;)
Regardless, nice work — it's fun to work with established brands that have a clear understanding of what they want.
over 3 years ago
It is nice isn't it. I think the brand work was done by Proud ?
Dude, I love that shadows!!!
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