products page cont....
thanks to @Derrick for the hover state suggestion.
Created with the Focus Lab team
Note: some of this furniture is just place holder as well as type and not created by Katy Skelton.
6 months ago
Love it. Clean and to the point. Is this high-end furniture, hence no immediate pricing?
Thanks! It's more of a custom made vibe than high end but the prices could get fairly high yes. The prices will be revealed on the single product listing page I am working on now :) Ten Milllllion Dolllars!
There we go! great progress since the last one.
There is something weird/inconsistent about the text alignments, but i'm sure that you are planning to take care of it later.
highlight well done. perfect.
I just have to say that I'm not a fan... this is just TOO simple. I'm shocked that the client wants to go this simplistic of a style. It's barely a colored wireframe, but to each their own.
@Anthony Fonte Why are you shocked? The website looks like it is extremely easy to navigate, with immediate focus on the product without any unnecessary fluff? Would love to hear what you think is missing.
I really like the hover state with the product name on there. Both look really good though.
Nice! Very clean.
Love it. Clean, elegant and minimal like their products. Though, as @Erik Deiner said, the font alignment is bothering me.
@3magine The hierarchy is fine and I'm sure it's very easy to navigate, but the style is just too basic. The focus should be on the products, but really there is nothing going on that makes them stand out. Like I said, it looks like a wireframe with images dropped in.
@Anthony Fonte I disagree with you. The focus 'is' on the products. Through the effective use of white space, the product is what stands out. What other elements stand out for you, if it's not the products?
Cage fight!!! @3magine vs @Anthony Fonte
The thing is we are going after uber simplicity so we are ok with it feeling slightly bare. This iteration introduced a few more elements but as far as the furniture details, they will all be held on the individual product page. At this point I feel the user doesn't need pricing, dimensions and all the other specifics. This is a small custom shop and this page is meant to showcase the work while letting the user dig deeper as needed. Maybe we are pushing the simplicity line to far but I would prefer to be on the lesser side right now. We also plan on working in some subtle transitions which will also add life without adding pixels just to add them.
Either way this is not a finished design so we shall see on the next iteration :)
Really pure looking stuff, @Bill S Kenney
@3magine that is the thing, nothing stands out. It all just fades away for me. Whitespace is great, but this doesn't make the product stand out.
@Bill S Kenney while looking at a static design is hard to get a true depiction of a site, I do think the transitions you have planned could be enough to help make this more successful. If you ask me, as long as the site is "interacting" on SOME level, the design can be this simple. Hope I'm not ruffling any feathers on here, I just see too many people just saying "great" or "this is amazing" and not giving TRUE, constructive feedback.
@Anthony no worries. I welcome all feedback. Design becomes a very subjective matter in some cases and I would never get flustered by someone offering an opinion.
Hey Bill, huge fan of your work. From a UX point of view, I'd be a bit worried about the user knowing how to navigate/filter? I'd imagine you might want to implement some kind of breadcrumb on the left of the Filter button.
edit: not so much not knowing, but it being easy.
Also perhaps on the "view" hover, you could give a tiny bit more about the product such as measurements in small italics?
I think its to busy and to simple and it needs to be in flash - oh and more bevel please!!
I can appreciate Anthony's opinion, but I certainly don't share it.
I think the simplicity is part of what makes this so successful. Doesn't feel 'incomplete' as the 'colored wireframe' comment eludes to.
Loving the cleanness of it.
Excited to see how you'll handle that filter top right. As always, you're killing it.
@Josh I have some goodies in mind for that thang :)
@Bill Awesome! We've been tackling some of that here recently. Pumped to see it!
Clean and elegant mockup… but i look forward to see more functional views. ;)
This is really stunning. Not just saying that because my folio is comprised of silhouetted imagery on a clean page...
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