Ok don't know about this "end-of-the-world" cra.. thing but we are cooking up the latest changes for the 23snaps product website. Check out other shots from this project here.
I attached 2 versions of the website with 2 versions of the top bar design:
- I want to go different
- the client wants to explore the white version for the top bar.
Which one do you like better?
Enjoy your day!
5 months ago
Version 1 looks nicer to me, but it depends so much on the picture, so you must be sure the picture won't change in time. Version 2 is more easy to play with.
By the way the screenshot on the Mac look a bit empty, the others looks much better.
1st version for me! Nice work!
v1 is better. The second look much bootstrap-ish
Hard to choose, but number 1 :)
Nice work Julia :)
I'm alive and so is this amazing peice of work! Nice job :)
The white ties it together nicely visually. But different is always better!
How come you have a shadow and mirror on the macbook but only a shadow in the cell phones?
Loving no1 :)
Wow, very nice! The only thing I'd recommend is to try different fonts, Helvetica seems a bit too generic.
Nicely done @Julia Khusainova. I definitely prefer the white navigation over the dark. Keep up the solid work on this project!
Great design! How is the scrolling going to work? If the navigation is going to be of a fixed position, then the translucent effect might conflict with the scrolled content. Although visually I like the V1 better :)
I'd go with the v1, but I'd make that transparent shape with the same hight size that v2 white shape has. This part where logo crosses the transparent section is confusing me ---> http://cl.ly/LlCm .
Enjoy your weekend,
Version 1 is much nicer - cleaner, more open, fresher. Version 2 seems generic and too confined. Nice work!
@Ricardo I'll give it a second look, thanks!
@Bobby That's good! Keep it up ;)
@Jacob Good question! :)
@Ari We use Helvetica Neue for the app UI so we wanted to stick to it. Thanks!
@Shaun Thanks so much, will do!
@Maria The navigation won't stick to the top so we are safe here. Thank you - good question and nice assumption!
@Aleksandar Nice touches, thank you :)
Thanks guys for your voting, your opinion means a lot.
Beautifully designed Julia!
You nailed it! White nav works better for me too :)
I prefer the higher contrast for the nav items w/ the white version, but I prefer the larger amounts of spacing on v1 in the header area. I also think you could potentially alternate the white background with another color. In this case, that might be some green? One of my all time favorite "info" pages that uses this alternating background color effectively is from @Mason Yarnell's Mixpanel page.
Nice stuff here, I do love both but would still prefer 1. Awesome!
Definitely prefer #1!
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