I can't spell.
One of two ideas for client testimonials. I'm too tired to code up the second one tonight.
11 months ago
YOU ARE THE TYPOGRAPHY MASTER
You should really avoid having one word on the last line :)
Quite bland. Testimonial's a bit too significant. Shadows don't fit well with the rest of the work.
Other than that, the type is great, sweet colour-matching, though needs some more of your love :)
@Anders Drage yup, I know. I was just putting in any old content to stretch out the container :) Plus, I can't always ensure that with responsive design. But oh well.
@CJ Melegrito thanks for the feedback. It'll be considerable less bland once there are more examples of work/real examples of work up there, but I'll bear that in mind. Still umm-ing and ah-ing about the shadow myself. I'll give it a try without. Thanks!
It's hard to tell what the design is actually like without text or images.
Align 'example of work' header with top of picture, maybe try out moving picture to the left of text.
Text Align the page title to the left (because it looks odd compared to left aligned text under it) and allow more padding.
With the header and footer full width and content only certain width it looks like a sandwich when there is less content.
Overall the aesthetics are cool, just the layout would benefit from some more tweaking in the wireframing stage.
(also I think in nav the 'work' should be active not 'home'?)
@Dan Eden There are some scripts out there for it if you really wanna be the typography master;)
@Peter Tait thanks for the feedback Peter! All taken on board.
@Anders Drage pssh, scripts are for noobs.
by Dan Eden
The second idea I had was more popular. Better, too.
9 months ago
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