So i've been working on this site for the agency i work at for a while now, looking forward to launching it on friday!
about 1 year ago
looks like we both caught hexagon fever!
This looks great, looking forward to seeing it in full on friday...
Give link on friday:)
@Kevin Sylvia Looks like we have mate! Love the design style on that!
@Christopher J Porter @Prowebdesignro Thanks! I'll post another shot with a link on friday then!
@Matthew Sanders Cheers man, pretty exited as it's my first web design to go from .psd to live! Our developer put together the base, then i went in and tweaked the CSS & HTML to make it look pretty.
launch is such a wonderful word. congrats.
Looks very clean and crisp! will check it out on friday! Good job!
Looking nice and clean! Waiting for the live version! :)
looks very cool Olly :)
Beautiful work! The use of space is fantastic, very clean layout.
@Felipe Victor @Daniel Klopper @Jivaldi @Torgeir Sollid @Gert Tzafa @Andrey S. Rodrigues @Silas Godfrey Thanks for the kind words chaps!
@Kevin Sylvia @Christopher J Porter @Prowebdesignro @Matthew Sanders @Felipe Victor @Daniel Klopper @Torgeir Sollid @Gert Tzafa @Andrey S. Rodrigues @Silas Godfrey
So the eighty3creative site is now live!
Boss had the final say on a few things, but it's 97% me.
GO TO SITE.
Would be great to get any feedback or suggestions!
@Olly Sorsby Great work. Love the treatments and shapes used here. Photography is top notch as well.
Looks fantastic! I'm a big fan of the subtle textures throughout. I've noticed a few things though. The dots for the image carousel on the home page are slightly off center (it's like this on all the pages where it's used, actually), and on the profile page only the "branding" hexagon has the fade on hover. Speaking of that page, I really love the interactions with the Who Are We? section. The photos looking down is such a nice little touch.
Also, on the contact page the E3C logo on the map looks just a little weird with the text from the map showing through behind it. Maybe go with a jpg instead of a transparent gif?
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