Hey gals and guys! Hope u all are doing splendid. I wanted to upload the full shot of the current site i'm working on. Still not finished but its slowly getting there.
Be sure the check out the FULL SIZE (attached). Any comments or critiques are always welcome... tear it up!
(also, I did't create the video operation buttons (play, volume, etc)
10 months ago
Lovely work David. I like the interface and clean design style so much. Few points though:
1. "Browse All" buttons are hardly noticeable, I would add some colors or darken the buttons bit more. And look at the same button on the right most widget. That selected project title's bar (orange one) is more prominent than the button itself :^^
2. And don't know why I'm not feeling comfortable with the "Account | Login" links because it seems to me that I can't click them because of huge header around this. I think it kills usability.
3. And really like to know the hover states of those "Next/Prev" buttons at the bottom of the "trending project" section (projects with mini thumbs).
Overall this is a very good design except this points. All the best
I do like the design of the header but I'm afraid it's really getting too much attention and takes up too much space, whereas it could be much more minimal and give more focus to the content below actually. These social network buttons could easily be just 16x16 and tucked away somewhere on the side of the header. And the logo a bit smaller.
I do like the colors and the overall feel. Does the cast & crew section update as you select other project from the thumbs down below (or possibly auto-scrolls)? Also the heading/title seems to be off, for the cast/crew section.
And I think something could be done with the alignments on the sidebar in the "Browse projects" section. Feels kinda.. crazy right now.
Sorry if I don't make sense. Good work and keep up! :)
Lovely color scheme- I think it works very well.
The part that I feel needs to be reworked a little bit is the header as I am not in love with the skeumorphic approach.
Solid work !
Thank you all for your comments! This is awesome :)
1) the "browse all" button was something that is an low priority action... i didn't want it to be seen til they go through the rest of the options.
2) yeah gonna have to agree w/ you on that... feels crammed in there, thanks :)
3) for the next and previous hover button, i was just thinking a simple color change.
@Ragnar Võrel I don't believe in keeping important things above the "fold"... its just a myth (people don't mind scrolling abit) the the large header would make the user wanna scroll (i hope) :)
- Yes the cast and crew will update for each slide. Could be the title color is different and smaller.
- wanted to keep it very simple (for browse projects) the hover would be orange so maybe thats what's making it crazy now (since its showing all the options, with hover).
@Razvan Thanks for the comment man! I guess we all have different taste, me personally I LOVE a mix of both (skeuomorphic and simple) which is what i was attempting to achieve here :)
@David Kovalev No no, I'm not saying anything about folds or anything – these days the "fold" is very hard to define anyway, so to speak. Considering how hardware developers come up with new screen sizes every other day. I guess what I was asking was a rather simple: is it necessary to have such a big header? Or maybe it's just my personal preference to have smaller headers. :)
I actually like the larger header :) I think the site has enough whitespace with the simplicity of the surrounding elements, it works. The header grabs my attention, then immediately my eyes go to the main yellow cta's (call to actions) below the header. Good work @David Kovalev
Another great design... looks really good, I agree with some of the points mentioned above with the header but even if you don't change anything it's an amazing design.
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