I've been toying with various redesign ideas for months now. This is the one I've finally decided on.
over 1 year ago
Great work Chris, i would love to see it online :)
Love it! So retro.
That's definitely a fun redesign. I like that you are keeping to your retro and vintage. The logo is definitely cool though. Nicely done.
@Chris Spooner looking really nice - do you have a dev link to it yet?
love it man
Thanks for the kind words everyone. @Louis - I'll maybe post a dev link when I've done more work on it.
Looks really nice!
Love the colors and general design aesthetics. Great job indeed.
Also, are you making this Retina ready or is it too Graphics–heavy for that?
@Iain MacDonald - I've yet to decide on the responsiveness. I'm personally not a fan of responsive sites. I'd much prefer to pinch/zoom on a standard site, but you're forced a "mobile" version with responsive designs. Trouble is I know it's the hottest thing at the moment and it's going to be the number one criticism if it's not haha.
Retina wise that's not actually something I'd thought about.
Like it Chris. A more straight forward redesign, more or a realign than some of the drastic ones you see.
great job chris! love to see it live.
I like it.
Seems more of a tidy up and re-alignment than a full on re-design as @Garry Aylott says.
Will be good to see it live.
looking nice! hope to see it live soon.
Love it :D May I ask what typeface you are using for "Graphics" in the logo? (or is it custom lettering?)
Great design, as always. It represents your style. Hope to see it online.
@Chris Spooner Looks good bud. I agree, responsive is sometimes over the top but at the same time, some devices have ways to view the desktop version; which essentially forces the higher end version. I wonder if there is a nice little script you can use to make that an option to click on for those who hate mobile versions.
Very nice Chris, can't wait to see it live
This one is awesome, i would love to see it online soon! KIU.
Please please tell me what typeface it is ?
about 1 year ago
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