I haven't seen you use flat design styling before, but this looks very promising. You're so good with colour schemes and type!
9 months ago
Please use something other than Proxima Nova. Please.
o0oo0o nice color scheme there... love the style tiles idea.
Love this, it's great. I enjoyed the Proxima Nova. Don't listen to @Ari haha!
Love the color schemes! Great work.
Love the color scheme & call to actions!
Nice to see you posting again :)
The colours look amazing, can't wait to see more on this. I'm also digging the fact you're doing a flat ui style, not sure I have seen that from you, so this should be sweet. :)
FLAT DESIGN HUR DUR
Sweet flatness @Meagan Fisher! Looks a little like those flat layervault designs from a while ago by @AllanGrinshtein, but thats a coincidence - your Proxima Nova is set really well!
This color scheme makes me smile.
@Ari the creator of Proxima Nova just got a new site by Paravel, by the way!
So many nice colors. Looking forward to seeing more. :)
Wonderful color scheme.
Really nice. Only suggestion would be to maybe underline the link as it kinda gets lost with the rest of the text.
Welcome back! Nice to see you trying with different styles :)
Love the color palette!
@Ari Why? Just because it's popular? It's a great font.
everyone has already said it, but I love those colors!
I'm just fine with everyone using the same typeface, whether it's Helvetica Neue or Proxima Nova. Particularly for body type. Just not an area where constant innovation does a lot of good.
Don't ever use any font except Proxima Nova. (This is looking great!)
Proxima Nova is the new Helvetica! Great work! :)
8 months ago
Honestly -and please don't kill me for this- I think Proxima Nova is better than Helvetica.
You can use Proxima in any project, even an online store for kids toys.
Helvetica only fits in serious, institutional sites.
about 1 month ago
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