I have here little more from Nine Slides, unfortunately rejected.
Do not forget to check full preview in attachment :)
8 months ago
@I'm Charlie Some clients are really crazy. Looks great!
I really like this. A lot.
Great color !
What was there reason for the rejection if you don't mind me asking?
@Joel Siddall To be honest, I don't know, we just don't fit together with client and he have little different point of view on design :)
Crazy clients are crazy.
Ah I see, have they pulled the plug or are you bringing the design more inline with their ideas?
@Joel Siddall this is mockup n.2 because first one was little more corporate and they don't like it, so I've just tried this one and don't know if they will like it, because I see, that there is no such a same words in design feel together, if you understand :)
The colours are stunning and tie in well with the brand.
The only areas they may pick up on if anything is that more could be done with the banner (which you probably already know). Maybe you could create more of a link between the elements in the how it works section, so there is a clear process (maybe arrows or something).
But other than that I think its great.
I love the simplicity and the colours. So sad it got rejected :/
@Joel Siddall Yeah, and that's the thing everyone design (arrows) but we code them as an animation when you slide :)
OK excellent. I take it all back :)
Nice one man. Very cool colors.
Amazing work! I know the feeling when the client and you, as you said, "have little different point of view on design".. that sucks :)
That red color is damn nice on the eyes. I think the green could be a little less saturated to fit in with the rest of the colors.
Love the clean look
@Yummygum it's right from logo :) so I don't want to desaturate it :) thank you!
Too bad, lovely design.
I love the green ! it's awesome :)
Not sure if it's been said but I find those colors jarring. That grey, yellow, green, etc., just don't mesh well together as backgrounds. If the entire thing was white (with subtle horizontal rules) and the icons or headers were in the logo colors, that would be more appropriate. This reads more like a children's book in it's current state.
keyboard shortcuts: ← previous shot → next shot L or F like
Show and tell for designers
What are you working on? Dribbble is a community of designers sharing screenshots of their work, process, and projects.
Copyright © 2009–2013 Dribbble LLC. All screenshots © their respective owners. Shipped from Salem, Mass. USA.
Follow Dribbble on Twitter