If you immediately started humming "Takin' It To The Streets" because of the title of this post, we can be friends.
We're bringing a new look to Casey's website. The brand coincides with his upcoming book. One of the interesting challenges we're facing right now is bringing all of these homepage elements together in a cohesive way. The banner image will change, and so we want to make sure that the site doesn't feel too empty as images rotate in and out.
over 1 year ago
I really love it, dude.
I love the flat design, but I m not sure about the noise and faded colors for the banner picture. I mean it goes well together, still maybe to much noise or too faded. Anyway, great job. :)
@Tom That's actually the book cover. :)
Nice work with the font!
Zach nice work! I love the simplicity
Nice work Zach... I really dig it.
Few things that stand out to me... The letter spacing on "About Casey" and "Newsletter" seem just a little too big. Casey's photo circle is cutting off just a tad on the right edge, giving it a small straight line. The Email Address field just seems a little clunky compared to the rest of the site. Maybe you could use a style similar to the search box above it, where the email address field would actually look more like the "Sign Up" button, and then that button would be styled more like the "Search" button. Also, if you're going to right align the Newsletter section, the text in the email address input would probably work better right aligned.
That said... I do really like the direction you've taken it. Nice work my friend!
@Patrick Dude. Thank you for such a detailed response, man. I owe you a beer... or 12. You've confirmed a lot of my thoughts, and I'm excited to get some feedback from the client. Some things are loose because I'm drafting, but really appreciate all your input!
by Zach McNair
Both the client and my buddy, Patrick Hunton, offered some really great feedback. After spending some quality time fine tuning everything, here's the second draft.
over 1 year ago
this is fantastic!
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