Thanks everyone, really appreciating the feedback. I got some interesting feedback on the wood so I updated it with this.
Something not so realistic. Stil deciding what I'm going to do with the middle section. What do you guys think, photos or illy's?
over 2 years ago
I like the content layout, Sean. But the frame reminds me a lot to a calendar. It is cool but not sure if that relates to cooking/ recipes. Maybe check old fashion recipe books format (without being to frilly)? Just my thoughts.
Speaking on behalf of everyone; we love it.
i like the big description on this one over the 2nd. you immediately know what the site is about, and not just another recipe blog.
also the cta's in this one are simple and to the point, where the 2nd they are a little wordy.
Dig this the most.
I also think it reminds me of a calendar, but that could be a good thing as people can combe back on a daily/weekly basis throughout each month to get new recipes, etc. I really like the concept. If you could add some of the more feminine styling of the other comp this would be a winner.
I think this one has more visual impact. The other one seems washed out. I do like the ability to see multiple pictures on the landing page (with thumbs) as per the other one though.
Really loving the vibe.. I find it more recipe card collection then calendar...
This is why Helvetica is sexy. Great job so far!
+1 Rob's comment. :)
Get rid of the stock coffee stain (that particular one is REALLY overused) and you've got a winner here Sean. Really nicely done.
Looks good to me, digging the paper & wood layout.
by Sean Farrell
Final approved by the wifey. She didn't understand why helvetica is awesome ;)
Still not sure what we are going to use for the middle.. either pics or illy's, what do you guys think?
over 2 years ago
Amazing. I actually think a darker wood adds just the right amount of contrast and makes it more compelling.
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