Almost done. Hopefully, this Friday.
over 2 years ago
Instant love :)
Can't wait much longer...
Thanks Liam! As a big big fan of your pixels, it means a lot!
@Felipe: I know, me neither. We really wanted to run the extra mile on this one but maaaaaaan the media-queries and responsive design/switchy grids are such a pain in the a** if you want to design something outside the ordinary 2-column layout. Hopefully we'll have everything ready (or as ready as it'll be) by Friday.
As everyone else, I just can't wait, Juanma.
very promising, looking forward to see this live!
Can't wait to see it finished.
Wow. This looks great.
Great work. Do you mind sharing what textures you used (or are they custom)?
@Andrew I couldn't find one that felt "right" so yeah, I had to scan a bunch of papers and play with the opacities until I got it "right". I think it's the first time since I bought my "all in one" printer that I use the scan feature. te-he!
Yeah combining various textures is the way to go, if it's executed well you can make even the most average textures interesting. I think you nailed it!
Awesome! I agree with Liam, you combined them beautifully. The one with the little black specs is really what makes it in my opinion.
very nciely done..love the yellow grey combination
That texture owns.
Don't get me wrong, this is a *very nice* combination of texture, type, and color. But if you're looking to own "web designer whose personal identity is a crown icon in a circle," I'm pretty sure that's been taken.
Juanma, this looks awesome. Can't wait to see it live.
Dawww, Thanks Gedy!
@Jay, Thank you for your kind words! I appreciate the heads up and I certainly see what you're saying, but if I may, unlike Tim's online alter-ego, our brand is not just a crown inside a circle as you can see here: here, instead, the crown is just a way to simplify the mark into an isologo for applications where using the full logo is just unpractical. Case in point: our street sign vs. the wall inside our studio. Furthermore, we're definitively not after the "web designer whose personal identity is a crown..." slot, mainly because this is not a personal identity for a blog, but a small studio with 5 other talented lads, but again, I definitively see your POV and hopefully the new website will get these points across.
Juanma, you might want to say that here too. :-)
Looks really cool.
I love those textures, I can look at them all day.
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