The redesign and redevelopment is finally live. http://www.siteinspire.com
about 1 year ago
Very nice I love that site :)
Nicely done, very clean
Been enjoying this new design, I'm all for it! My one TINY (really tiny) gripe is the line height in the footer, links are very tight vertically and I clicked the wrong one.
@Tim Parker yeah you're right - never got round to sorting that out.
welcome aboard. Great work!
@Daniel Howells clean! nice mate & welcome! And also regarding the line-height for the footer links, it's a little close but marginally fits right with the social media icons, etc. So it's nice where it is in terms of spacing.
awesome work! welcome :)
Is the color search gone?
Nice work on the site Daniel. I enjoyed reading your blog post about the process too, lots of good tidbits in there. Given the existing site's use of space, type, and lack of textures / graphics, I'm glad the new site didn't end up looking like a "vintage restaurant menu" :)
Nice to see you around @Daniel Howells , welcome!
nice work mate! :)
The site looks clean and the focus is good on the content.
By the way, you forgot the .stop function in the slider ;)
One thing is, when your on page 2 etc, you have to scroll down each time to get to the "grid" of sites. Quite annoying.
@Pendar there was never a colour search. :-)
@Jason Mayo oooh you just spotted a bug - thanks. From page 2 onwards the slideshow shouldn't appear.
@Robbert Esser that's a bit of an issue: the plugin I use allows you to ignore sequential events, or bubble, without any option to use .stop.
Thanks for sharing!
great shot and very nice debut! Welcome aboard :) I hope I will see more from you :)
@Daniel, strange, I could have sworn ... :)
Nice debut! The new siteInspire looks much better!
@Pendar no but it's a good idea. :-)
Site looks great!
I`m not sure if the full width slider is as useful as you think. I would use bigger image for the last showcase instead. Now you have the latest projects duplicates.
Came here to say that you did a great job with the redesign, Daniel. In fact, it's literaly the first redesign of a site that I visit on regular basis that was an incremental improvement that made things look and work better, but without being in your face obvious or changing thing too much. Kudos.
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