I made some changes improvements on the interface. I changed some little stuff in the menu and above in the main areas. Any tips and critics is really appreciated! Thank you.
over 1 year ago
Love this layout! I think you'd work on "latest work"...browser window are not so cool...
I think it looks fantastic, @Andrea Saccà!
Regarding the browser window frames for the portfolio pieces... what will you do when the latest work includes tablet or smartphone devices or something else? Like @jinevra I think it might be better to remove those, but then again, I don't know how you laid out the lower portion of the page. :)
Hi! I have to work on that section. I can try to make different mokups for the projects. I'm going to update it soon! Thank you very much!
So vibrant, this would definitely draw me into the site. What do you think of the teal transparent part. I'm not quite sure it goes with the photo below it, you know?
The colors look fantastic.
Ho @Ted Goas do you mean to remove transparency of the blue bar?
@Andrea Saccà Well I'm referring to the blue bar, though I'm not suggesting you remove it.
Yes, maybe it is better in the previous version, isn't it?
Well this is completely different to your current site! :)
Very stylish in any case. From what I can see my first feedback would be:
- You're using circles, so maybe include that into your social buttons in the header.
- Loose the massive browser in your work. (on laptop)
- The base of the laptop seems massive and distracting. Maybe if the base would allign with your service circles under it, it would be better. Or move the laptop up a little so it "sits" on the blue/green banner. more.
- The curly ampersand has been done so many times now, I wouldn't use it. It actually doesn't fit the look & feel of this design, in my opinion.
Looking forward to seeying more of this!
Thank you very much. I will work on this stuff soon. About the opacity of the bar, do you prefer this version or the previous one?
I do this one
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