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3 months ago
It's very Clean.
@wallace thanks mate :)
great work bro.
i like 2nd Version :). nice work @Bluroon
2nd version is my favorite.
But I have general problem with the 4 boxes at the top. These drop shadows are useless. Keep it flat and simple.
I think it will be OK.
Thanks alot @Emrah Demirag , @Zubair Ali
@Ivan Savkov Thanks for the feedback, great point on that, but since there is a image background, I think putting shadow would add better contrast
Remarkably clean, well done. V1 is my favourite.
Version 1 it is :D
I don't know if the nav bar is going to stick to the top on scroll but if so i would use both. white on the start and green when you scroll. Great work as usual :)
Simply amazing! I prefer the v1 :)
Thanks @Jake Hills , @Michael Burns , @Simon Kallehave Ghomri
@Eelco Guntlisbergen yes, that's also what we might do to keep both styles. Thanks for the feedback :)
Clean! Good job, @Bluroon !
A simple concept, beautifully executed. Good job!
Ps. I like the shadows in the hero area, brings them front and center.
Don't let the trend flat design influence your decision making. There are no rules or guides for design, design is about how you feel something should be expressed, as long as form follows function. I agree on your point of contrast on the drop shadow and overall it looks great, good job!
nice job!l prefer the 2nd one
Love the Font
What's the Font Name?
Looks really nice. Good job.
Thanks mates @Artem @Andy Hulme @Seven @Joe Turner
@Hasco yes true mate, rules don't exist in design as long as it is functional where clients guidelines were met. Thanks :)
@wallace the legendary Proxima Nova :)
@Bluroon on second thought I might have to rethink that part about guides, as there are some guides that could be followed that are actually pretty useful, and indeed of course client guidelines ;) It's all about breaking limitations for your expression.
Looks clean! Maybe you should align the elements in the footer :)
Solid stuff @Bluroon
I like @Eelco Guntlisbergen 's recomendation for chameleon header onScroll.
I'd also suggest lightening the drop shadow a smidgen on those quote boxes.
My main problem is the menu icon on the top right. From a UX perspective...I have no hint as to what this is for or why I should click it. There are already links on the left, so what does the one on the right do?
@Hasco I would say the opposite. You follow trends because that is what customers expect to see from a up to date website. From a conversion rate/bounce rate/professional standpoint, you follow what is working NOW, not what you think looks good. Although the shadow is not enough to make a difference either way.
Thanks, I'd give those a try :) @Craig Murray
@John Moore Thanks mate for the feedback, it reveals the list of Topics, it's a secondary link since we already have it on the section below hero but when the user scroll, they can quickly navigate on topics :)
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