Homepage for my Bike Shop Project. There are two versions of the homepage attached. Please let me know what you think.
Homepage Version 1
Homepage Version 2
almost 2 years ago
I kinda like them both;p
but maybe you can give the logo some more top bottom whitespace. Cause the logo is pretty big and it feels a little crammed?(opgepropt)
Thanks Remko, I am a shite logo designer. So feel free to design me a top notch logo (anyone, even @Gert van Duinen : ) for this project.
I like them both but maybe make the middle image a bit shorter? The lower navigation is a bit too far down the page in my opinion.
@Hugo Loning I suck at logo's ;p What happens if you make it smaller?
@Yassine Bentaieb thanks man, agree on that one. Still needs work to make it all 100%.
@Remko Dijksma it loses too much detail unfortunately.
@Hugo Loning I have an idea what if you remove the white background. Make the picture of the bike full screen and put the navigation to the right of the logo? and of course give the logo some more whitespace:D
Gave it a quick shot @Remko but it could only work on the homepage. But nah, it loses it's 'head'... ; )
At first glance I thought it was part of the OpenCoach project that @Bill S Kenney has been posting bits of.
I personally prefer the second, cleaner version, but I'd go for the centered position of the button as in the first :).
Thanks @Bart-Jan. This whole project was initially very much inspired by @Bill S Kenney 's designs.
The orange button and the blurred background image make it look way too similar. So second design it's gonna be.
I think the first version is much better. Maybe it's because I prefer full screen website, but the first layout is more balanced and leaves a better first impression.
both work really well.
My only comment would be the footer looks uneven and more to the left. I know it isn't and it is the same space but with the above being centred maybe play abo9ut with it a bit?
@Hugo lol! I'm already behind schedule! :D
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