I'm currently designing a site for an interior design store based in Gorey, Co. Wexford. The site will be used as a showcase of the shops products and services rather than an online store.
Full version of the site can be found on Forrst at http://forr.st/~HQl if you want to take a look.
about 1 year ago
It's nice, but why is their latin copy? And you spelt Adobe wrong.
Is @Ryan Murphy being sarcastic about the Latin?
I'd suggest taking a look at the line height? I like mine to be set at 1 + .5. So 12pt, 18pt line height. Think it adds a nice legible feel to it.
@Ryan Murphy There's latin copy because I haven't been given the relevant text just yet. It's not supposed to be Adobe?? The shop is called Abode...
Oh you guys... Sarcasm.
@Tony Hardy Thanks Tony! I'll take a look at that.
I'll give you proper feedback though. Its very nice and clean. Fits its purpose well.
I'd consider having the contact deals out of the grid, giving room for the menu to butt up to the right.
@Ryan Murphy I was thinking that myself actually. I have the contact details in the footer so maybe no need for them up at the top too?
@Brian McGloughlin It's very useful at the top. I'd imagine a lot of the time people just want those details.
@Ryan Murphy That's true swell. I'll discuss with the client and see what he thinks.
If you want to keep the the contact details at the top I'd suggest moving the phone & email next to the address & nudging the nav below it
@Kerry Moran Thanks mate. I've actually taken out the address completely from the nav area in the next draft as it's also situated in the footer. I have moved the menu to the right now.
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