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This is just the first proof. Lot's of little things to polish and tighten. @Charlie and I are just laying the ground work at the moment.
Just noticed some spelling errors in the attachment. Don't judge ;)
Created with the Focus Lab team
about 1 year ago
Looking good Bill, great balance and white space!
Like those icons very original :)
Looks great @Bill S Kenney !
@Luboš Volkov those are @matt yow's handy work
Neat! is it meant to be "Ted Todd"? (you have Ted Tedd in there) :P
Wow, this is nice!
Looking sharp. Is that a little scroller I see under the hand icon? Does that scroll that whole section or just the image?
@Anthony Nice catch thanks
Looks great! just not a big fan of how you cropped the main top photo. specially by the male's lips/mouth looks a little odd. Love everything else!
@Rovane That is not the real crop. There is a full header up there. See my pervious Dribbble shot.
@Bill S Kenney ah, silly of me to think that you would do such an odd crop! :)
I want to cry. Stop it...
That orange button have weird styles, everything else is stunningly amazing! :)
@Erika thanks. At this point I am thinking it will only control the area where the hand is.
@Charlie thanks man. I agree, I am not in love with the style of those. There will be more versions for sure.
@Bill S Kenney this is so clean! Nice job (once again)!! :)
Like the minimal style.....
Great use of information architecture :-)
@Bill S Kenney This is brilliant, man. I love it :)
Simple, clean & straight to the point. Good Job!
Love this, Bill.
Two things: does the "Get a quote" button get bigger when you hover/click? What about making the guy in a suit (?) behind the hand/money illustration more prominent? Or get rid of altogether? It was distracting to me because I didn't know what it was at first.
Just nitpicky things in an overall, really good design.
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