Please watch the full pixels : http://cl.ly/image/2U1F0v3k3Q43 :)
I'm not really good at web design, I hope you will like it.
Is not a real website/app, only for practice.
over 1 year ago
@Adrien Rochet , it's not bad. I would focus on keeping everything within a "960px container" using a 12 or 16 grid system. I know this is not a real website, but it will help the symmetry work and the flow feel a little better. I'm not sure if you did that here, but I feel as if the bottom content should match up with the top in terms of width. Cheers
Looks cool. Maybe more personal touch with custom icons to distinguish from templates :)
@Ty Yes, you're right, i didn't really pay attention to that, thank you :)
Pretty nice, but I agree with @Ty to focus on keeping everything in a 960px container.
I really like the hole concept! The layout is nice but i have some i`m not going to talk about grid :)
1) Everything is aligned to the left - so what about also those texts sync, conver, bla bla move to the left.
2) Not sure about that line with drop shadow
3)About that box i`m not sure too, bcs its bscly only element on the site withe the gradient (not talking about buttons).
4) Move the follow on twitter to the right and add back to the top.
But its really not bad at all hope this will help you my friend :)
Cleanness overload ;)
Looks nice and clean
I like the feel of it, but it needs more structure. I'm not sure I like the way you've faded the iPhone either.
Looooovelovelove the buttons. But it drives me bonkers that the title and sub-title at the top are not on the same baseline.
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