Just finished a new landing page for Folyo. See it live here!
I'm finding myself using Photoshop less and coding more, at least for personal projects. For this page, I did all the designing straight in the browser and only used Photoshop to export individual elements like the icons.
And by the way, that flowchart is all CSS, no images (except the icons). And thanks to SASS/Compass, I can easily change the size/number of items, it's pretty cool.
11 months ago
Works for me. Even though the looks aren't killer, I found it perfectly usable and convincing :)
Neat, clean, straightforward. Nice work @Sacha Greif :)
Proxima and Windows aren't getting along very well. :/
Like how simple it is, not 100% sold on the green. It does look Fresh but there's just something about it I'm not sure about. I'm the same using ps less and less for web dev.
Thanks for all the feedback! It does look pretty simple, but I've found that there's nothing like knowing you'll have to code and maintain a design yourself to push you towards minimalism :)
Really like the simplicity here. Don't you think it's way too much green here? I'd just say make those process boxes non green (may be use lighter shade of background color). Other than that I really think it rocks. However, feel free to ignore me :)
Nice work. I like it.
Nice work :) loving the color scheme
I do agree with @Haziq Mir here, mainly the concept behind the site will make it pretty heavy trafficked, and keeping it simple does save lot of headaches and $ on hosting in the long run, so for me this is perfect, apart from to much green, maybe you should only use green for the icons here and the title text are already bold and bigger so i don't feel it need a color change to distinguish it.
Just my thought, feel free to avoid :)
Looking forward to the launch of this sweet bitch :)
Ok you guys, I got it, nobody likes the green… I'll tone it down :)
I dont like the fancy fonts in the headings. It makes the logo less stronger, is difficult to read and makes it a bit messy. Using a more modern font would make it more beautiful I guess. But besides that, looks good!
soooooooooooooo o ooo ooooo great
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