Not sure on the use of the word "fav" instead of "favourite" though... also ignore the recipes on the left, it's just bad translation, proper translation on it's way.
over 4 years ago
Quite fitting for a food site. Looks like it stepped out of a recipe book.
That flecked red background is perfect.
This is so awesome!
One thing: I feel like these drop shadows need to be sharpened up. http://cld.ly/20n2a
Ahh they aren't drop shadows, that's a gradient stroke that only reaches halfway. Will make that a bit clearer though, thanks Andrew, and thank you everyone for your comments.
Oh my that is gorgeous.
I dig the use of the gradient stroke, that's an inventive use for them.
Perfect colour combination
about 4 years ago
Sarah, This is beautiful. My wife is a in home chef who writes her own recipes. I'd love to talk to you about designing her site. Let me know if you would be interested. Thanks
almost 4 years ago
what font is the "recipes"
"FAV" sounds good because it works for US and UK. In US, favourite is spelled favorite.
@Sean SignPainter-HouseScript is the font. :)
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