Using my fascination with all things old for my new site design. Coupling old/vintage and bang up to date technology such as iPhone's and iPad's is a weird combo, but it seems to work. With thanks to some great (and expensive!) stock imagery from Getty.
about 3 years ago
Love it! The colours and the vintage imagery work really well and the typography has a real classic feel with the combinations you've chosen. Looking forward to seeing the rest.
Nice work Sarah! The muted yet colourful additions do work with the black & white classic 50's couple.
Can't wait to see more of this unveiled (I feel as if I'm watching Catchphrase with Roy Walker when looking at dribbbles!)
I LOVE this, I'm really into the retro look at the moment. Nice use of fonts too!
Sarah... that looks hawt! :-)
Ooo I can see a sneak peak of the new logo up there, too. Can't wait to see the finished site, Sarah. Loving the typography as always. The 'available for work...' button text seems a little dark for my rubbish eyes on my rubbish monitor - not quite enough contrast, I'm surmising. The stock image is beautiful. Pesky Getty ;)
I love the vintage vibe too. Mailchimp's recent stab at it was fantastic.
Ohh very retro, loving the image.
Yeah nice work Sarah, looking forward to seeing the finished article.
Really like the typography. Can you tell me the fonts you used ? especially the 3 on the right. :)
Wow! Four different typefaces and it still looks sweet.
Love the direction you're taking this in Sarah - it's moving the YKW brand into the next league which you're so overdue.
Can't wait to see the final piece (but feel free to Dribbble a few more sneakies as you're going along).
I think it might work good to bring in just a touch of that texture in the hero area down into the blue ribbon-ish bg...
Nice retro modern feel
I can't say I'm really feeling the colours. I know they should contrast, but the monochrome photograph just saps any vibrance out of them.
However, it is a small window and the whole site design will probably convey a different emotion.
Great use of typography here! Nice!
Looks great, Sarah! Love the vibe you have going with this design. It has that same feeling you might have had in the 1950s/1960s looking at (then) future car designs. Classic, yet forward looking.
My only visual feedback is the pink availability box below the main headings. The dark text looks a bit difficult to read; perhaps lighten up the background or swap the text color for white?
Total #win! Typography, layout, colors, and just the general vibe all together! Awesome.
NIce! I'm doing something very similar and yes the photography isn't cheap :)
Few bits here
Olde timey photos! Love it!
I do like the idea of using the vintage styles along side the more modern. Yes it has been done before but no harm in another round.
I honestly don't like the colors
This is awesome! Loving everything, colors, imagery, typography, well done. The grey type on the pink box is a little hard to read though, but I'm sure it's just because the screen shot is small.
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