Been working on this site for the last couple of days. The site is for a NYC based company/startup which is about consumer data and is going to go live in the next couple of days.
As a small side note: we are not sure yet whether or not to ditch the blog section, but we do know that this section needs to be changed.
Feedback is as always much appreciated.
Make sure to check out the attachment to see the entire design.
6 months ago
you are so great
Cheers, @VINCE. This means a lot to me!
I really like this! The only thing I would mention is that maybe the actual company logo could be a little larger? I found myself drawn to the word "Logo" in the browser shot more than the actual one. Or maybe muting that a little might do the job?
Obviously this is just my feedback based on this page.
Nice and clean.
I would recommend to put the “Build trust..” aligned at the top of the screen and maybe vertically align the logo and the like and follow: http://d.pr/i/GRwe
Just my two cents.
Into the header on the left the grey paragraph needs more contrast.
what kind of grid did you use here?
haha I just clicked randomly in dribbble and looked at it and my first thought: hey this looks like a designer with the same style as Pascals. Then I read the name and....it is Pascal ;) Looks good :) I would change the color of the text in the header section. the contrast isn't the best to the background image.
Apart from the Facebook and Twitter icons I really like it. Isn’t it possible to display Facebook and Twitter in a cooler way?
Cool... I actually designed that dashboard application for them :D
@Lee Thomas @Damian Hernandez @Stedesign @th1lo @Rosie Pringle @Thorsten Beeck @Danny Giebe Thanks for the feedback guys, it's much appreciated! :)
@Rosie Pringle Haha! That's kind of funny and the world is really small indeed. :)
@Thorsten Beeck I had custom buttons before, but the client wanted to display in their default styling.
@Danny Giebe Maybe I should work on my style so that it's not as much recognisable anymore. :P
@th1lo The grid is based on the 960.gs
@Stedesign Good spot and I already fixed that. :)
@Damian Hernandez I had the headline aligned with the image in one of the earlier iterations, but it just didn't look good to me. I'll give your second suggestions definitely a try as it really makes sense to me. Thanks, Damian!
@Lee Thomas Good spot, dude! I'll definitely work on this to put more emphasis on the logo rather than on the logo in the screenshot. Thanks, once again!
You're welcome buddy!
@Pascal Gärtner Haha I know that.....but the client is the boss. ;)
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