Redesigning the Rivers & Robots website in Statamic! Loving using it so far. Also enjoying making a much cleaner version of the site, which is more lightweight as well as using much fewer images, and much tidier CSS! Responsive too, of course.
Not sure about the background image, seeing it in a smaller view here on dribbble. Maybe I should look into using something different. But I like the hand-drawn patterned border. I think that's a keeper! There's a full size screenshot attached if anyone has feedback.
10 months ago
I'd make the background a bit more muted.
Looking tight man.
Love this style man
This design makes me think of Mumford and Sons!
@Seth Coelen I know!
I like the current site, but the redesign looks much more welcoming. And I like the background image, but you should try out @Ari's suggestion. Anyway, good job!
@Seth Coelen - oh no!
Looks great. But background has to much detail. If you got a forest with less trees, would be awesome:)
≈ nice color^ typographics^ – lovely this style ≈
@Prowebdesignro yup! I know what you mean, I'm thinking the same thing. Maybe use more of a landscape shot with some sky and open space at the top and more detail / mountains / forests etc down at the bottom.
The background is the thing I love most about this shot.
@Joshua Krohn haha! Now that's thrown me ;) I do like the background I'm just not sure it's the right one yet. I love the patterned stuff but I think the colours are a bit too murky and mouldy. I like the brightness of the current website.
by Jonathan Ogden
I've swapped out the background for something a little less dingy, and I like it quite a bit more now! I've been really enjoying using Statamic, and it's nearly ready to go!
10 months ago
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