I have not that much to say, other than I learned a lot in this process, and it keeps getting better!
over 1 year ago
Being a grammar nazi here, but "my" and "switzerland" should be capitalized. Other than that, it looks great. Maybe make the logo a bit smaller - it feels almost overpowering now...
thank you @Joris Rigerl, the logo is already very small tho.. agreeing on the typo's... didn't noticed them!
I LOVE IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
thank you so much @Melissa!!!!!!!!!! that's the reaction I wanted to get from these new shots! :)
You did a really excellent job! I love how simple, elegant and clean it is. This is the kind of design & layout that is A LOT more difficult than it seems. Nothing is superfluous and one isn't overwhelmed with choices - a great reflection of your style. Bravo! I do hope you realize you can only go after high end clients now… :P
@Melissa thank you again! :) you're totally right about that, after so many concepts I came to this concept, and everything feels right now, learned a lot from it!
and you're right, Simplicity isn't simple.
yea, that's exactly what I want, awesome clients ;)
very well written comment, you made me blush for a second :P
@Melissa thinking about making it a tumblr theme instead of using wordpress. because it's a charm to upload and works so easy.
Ooh that's not a bad idea! Would lend itself well to the platform :) Uh oh, I hope that's not franglais what I said, lol!
Really good to see this! Love the type-centric layout and the restrained colour palette. The only thing I'd be tempted to try is giving your text slightly larger left/right margins (so shrinking the main intro size a bit and bringing those two paragraphs closer together in the middle). Or of course widening the container a bit. Anyway, just a thought – can't wait to see this in use!
thanks a lot @Claire, I get what you mean.. I will try this out, really good tip!
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