very early concepts for sporting company brand site.
over 1 year ago
looks great @Benn Raistrick
great work dear!
nice, very nice!
Early? I would delivery as is and rock the client.
@Nacho thanks there are some user journey & client requirement considerations, I like where it is going though going to also be responsive.
wow great work! The font works perfectly!
Liking the look of that font!
This very cool! It is a pity that in my country do not understand this design.
Thanks guys really pleased, for those who wish to know the font is Open Sans (google font) @Andrew Edwards @Eelco Guntlisbergen
@Arhipenko Vladislav what do you mean by not understand this design? (grid) i find back up arguments with results always does the trick ;)
@Benn Raistrick wow could be the angle of the photo but i really thought it was titillium. Thanks though!
Sorry for my english. I meant that in my country, the customer in the design does not understand anything. Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, customers love the design of projects such http://www.sport-express.ru/, but what attracted you, they are not wanted.
They have not yet adopted the European style, the customer thinks that he understands in design, but in reality it is not. Therefore, we must do what they want. This our problem
@Arhipenko Vladislav I understand completely its more common than you think in England we (Agencies) are still following and not leading which for the few of us is increasingly frustrating.
Like this a lot, I guess it should respond well to various screen sizes too.
@Paul Ungureanu absolutely that was the main focus there is a mobile version which I designed first which lead to this.
Very Strong Design Bro. Its bit unfair to say early :)
@Benn Raistrick Looks great!
I wish this was nike.com
@matt you are too kind. #humbled
Really nice, Benn, but... what *is* gradient compression clothing?
see people @Jamie Hunter got it, early stages, much to do with regards to engaging users and meeting client goals ;). That area will do the right job in-fact the whole website journey will explain what it is :)
I like it! LOL also is that the transform tool on your button? A true work in progress shot :) From the small bit of experience I had working on a sports site last year, I went for the all caps look and it turned out to be pretty hard to read in non-mockup scenarios, esp smaller body copy. Excited to see this live.
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