I've worked on this quite a while now, and it's finally online! I did al the design and front-end work. The site is built on a fluid responsive grid. Let me hear what you think!
Go watch it now - http://www.commplot.nl
about 1 year ago
Great design! Love the overall simplicity!
digging the logo, and simple colors/overall style. nice work!
Great website, love how clean it is. Would maybe like it even more if there was a bit more color variation on the fonts. Most are now the same red color (no difference in font color between titles and paragraphs for instance).
I would add another color too, like Maarten says. Also, I'd change the form a bit, like I mentioned on Twitter.
Overall: this is the kind of website I'd like to make.
Maybe you can tell us a bit more about the grid you used to build the thing? :)
Looks sweet! Clean and clear.
- I'd rewrite the urls, don't show *.php and get rid of the www
- Use apostrophes: we’ve instead of we've, logo’s instead of logo's
- Nice profile-page, but clicking on people reloads the page (cause there's no href in the a)
- The url in your og-meta tags is still .local
- The icons in the footer have a slight delay on hover, perhaps use a css-sprite, or even better: an iconfont.
Hope that helps!
Looks good @Thomas Schrijer!
I also agree with adding an additional color to the palette. And the form on the homepage doesn't look like you can interact with it. I suggest using a different color here too, to make interaction with the form more apparent. I actually found out it was a form by accident.
Also, good job on the lack of gradients and effects ;).
Much appreciate all the feedback! Good points, added them to my to do list. I don't no a direct solution for the color palette, will take a look at it with my colleagues.
Awesome work dude love cleanliness! (is that a word?) anyway very nice!
@Daniël van der Winden ik heb http://cssgrid.net gebruikt voor de grid
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