This is a quick snapshot of the communication page on my new website. Make sure to check out the @2x version.
A quick story about the teal color I use on my website:
I've been using this teal since I've known myself. Well not really, since college I think. I was too into meanings of colors, and so I took numerous color theory classes. Ok I might have taken every single color related class in my school. And when I was reading historical stories about certain colors, I bumped into this turquoise color. Back in time, they used to find this stone in today's Turkey, which is where I was born originally. This stone had this blue-to-green color and was considered a gem. In 16th century, French called this valuable gem "turquoise", which in old French means "Turkish". So I think when I read this article, I wanted to relate myself to it. But additionally I actually quite liked the color. So this is the story behind the teal on my personal branding. Who knew...
12 months ago
Stop teasing us boi.
I really like the Kerem-blue color, looks promising.
Map looks sick.
A new website? Totally looking forward to see this!
Looks really nice so far!
Sweet!, but i think the form labels are hard to read…
This shot (and the tags as well) looks promising.
Really liking this, show us moar!
The new Google and MySpace styles in one :)
I am fan of "turquoise" from now on. Kerem, do you have any tips for good resources about color theory? I had some classes, read some books, but it's always good to learn more.
Love the color and map! Not sure if I like how you are labeling: I am a, my name is, my email is - seems a little redundant but maybe it works within the context of the site. hard to say from the shot :)
Nice. Very nice.
whats the font used for the city label?
Looks amazing! Can't wait to see the finished site.
Nod to colour story/decision! Gimmicks are important > http://onemorechris.co.uk/blog/2012/10/15/the-importance-of-gimmicks/ (Although I don't mention it specifically, its all about yellow for me).
Lovely interface. It looks really clean.
Well done, Sir. :)
is not too foggy where you are living? :)
btw nice work :)
Lovely map, though I'd argue that's more Cyan-like than teal. To me teal has more yellow in it.
Very nice dude - are you using Mapbox or drawing the map manually? If you're not using Mapbox you should really check it out - the best way to make totally custom maps (and they are fully functional too)
I hope it's better than your current site...which sucks.
Very nice work. Curious why you omitted some landmarks. Perhaps as equally identifiable as the Embarcardo & Bay Bridge are Golden gate park, van ness, or alcatraz?
You're the king of low contrast design you know that? This looks stunning!
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