this is little different shot, here is a redesign of B&W website, I decided to do it just for fun and I must do it, because every time I'm on B&W website, it's terrible to look at such a fantastic products on badly done website.
Appreciate all comments :)
over 1 year ago
I love your style! Similar to mine, but nicer!
That is one beautiful page attached :)
Full shot is really nice!
I would recommend swapping the image you have for the shot right now for a cropped angle version of the full attachment to get people to look at the attachment. Right now i feel like people might be ignoring the shot bc it looks like just a photo.
Certainly looks better, mainly because of intelligent use of white space and sharper photos. And the overall style makes it classier and therefore more interesting.... Like =)
Looks great man. Loving the white space.
It looks amazing. Maybe text alignment of drop-down menu in the footer looks a little bit weird...
Wowza! Absolutely stunning minimal web-design.
Nice work. I'm debating buying a pair of MM-1s at the moment!
@Jaka Šmid Spaka Why weird? :)
Nice. I designed these speakers and both headphones. And I agree the previous website was a let down (designed by a separate company). Nice job here!
I think that left alignment of text "United States" would be better choice. But it's just my opinion. Nevertheless design looks astonishing!
why the "Bowers & Wilkins" logo is white color on ur pic? mine is black
@Dzinlife No idea :)
Ahh... Hello Lexus. Looks good.
nice work bro
Great style, but the middle part looks kinda chaotic.
Awesome! Designed a website with a scarily simliar look/feel a couple of days ago!
Charlie, man, what typefaces you used here? The design is amazing. Great feel.
@Deividas Graužinis It's gotham :)
Damn... never thought about it on this... totally rocks. everything. And thank you for the answer.
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