Right, I know I've said it before, but this is the final time I'm redesigning Zelda Timeline.
Going for a more uniform approach to the website layout, rather than trying to (unsuccessfully) fit the timeline in. The nav menu will pop out from the side, and will have the games in list order, along with other nav items. The plan is for it to be responsive, but if it doesn't suit it then oh well.
Constructive feedback very much welcome :D
12 months ago
I can't wait!
I feel like this is a bit too bland and missing the Zelda-y-ness that it needs to really be great. More the right side than the nav has that lack.
@Julius Tarng what would you recommend? Any visual touches you can think of, or more about content? The actual game pages will be more plentiful, with icons, images and possibly videos, so maybe it might just be the front page?
Nice tidy design mate! What is the purpose of the triangle at the top of the content section with the upside down triangle inside it? I'd also make the sideways triangle slightly larger and perhaps make the box containing the text 'About Zelda Timeline' slightly transparent or even a different colour? Looking good otherwise dude! I like the nav section!
@Brian McGloughlin The triangle logo is the Triforce, which is an integral part of Zelda so I put it in for recognition and as a pointer. The first thought was to actually use the device as the arrow for the side-nav, but it looked tacky in the end. I'm tinkering with that title bar for other pages and the colour scheme for the splits ;)
Nice one dude! Looking forward to seeing the finished version!
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