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  1. Jonno Riekwel Jonno Riekwel

    That's looking good. Great color scheme. Dark but still very good readable. Great piece.

    about 4 years ago

  2. Stu Greenham Stu Greenham

    Seems to be very FOWD Inspired... http://futureofwebdesign.com/ is it not?

    about 4 years ago

  3. Jamie Wright Jamie Wright

    you've just been LAWYERED! lol

    about 4 years ago

  4. Jamie Wright Jamie Wright

    seriously tho, it's not the best idea to totally rip a pretty popular site?

    about 4 years ago

  5. Dave Bowker Dave Bowker

    Cheers Jonno.

    Stu, it's FOWD inspired as far as the map of the UK's concerned. It's an international conference, so there'll be multiple sites of the same vein with a different map of each country it's in replacing the UK one. Black and red just happen to be the brand colours, and the big numbers are important figures we want to pull.

    about 4 years ago

  6. Dave Bowker Dave Bowker

    Jamie, yes there's a map of the UK in there. Congratulations for spotting it and also noticing that FOWD has done similar. You get a gold sticker.

    about 4 years ago

  7. Jamie Wright Jamie Wright

    will i get said gold sticker via post or email? exciting times!

    about 4 years ago

  8. John O'Nolan John O'Nolan

    Seriously? The same map? Did you forget about the same nav, the same colours, and the same large typography?

    about 4 years ago

  9. Stu Greenham Stu Greenham

    Well my first thought when I saw your shot was FOWD! I'm with John and Jamie

    about 4 years ago

  10. Jamie Wright Jamie Wright

    now call me colour blind but... http://ultraknowledge.com 's brand colours don't seem to be black and red?

    about 4 years ago

  11. Dave Bowker Dave Bowker

    John, the map is the map of the UK. I can't do anything about it's shape. It's a map.

    The topbar navigation is how I build every website I design. I find it's the best way to do it, and the most accessible. FOWD has a vertical nav for their pages in the top centre, their top nav is for their networks.

    The colours are the brand colours -- however I've built the whole page using RGBa and CSS3, so the whole of the site's colours can be changed in just a few tweaks (for future conferences that won't use these specific colours).

    Not only is it a black background because of the brand colours, there are multiple pages with different visualisations, many colourful, which make it easier to read.

    As for the same large typography, really? I want people to notice these numbers. That's basically the whole point of this site. Breaking down statistics around a specific event so brands can evaluate it better. Most organisers of such have never been able to do this before, so I want to bring certain things to their attention, and chose to do so with large type.

    The small screenshot size doesn't seem to be helping, but I can honestly say I've not tried to rip anything. I'm creating a hierarchy of important stats that I want to pull focus, whlist keeping readable and within brand colours. Anyway, that's all I'm saying on it.

    about 4 years ago

  12. Dave Bowker Dave Bowker

    Jamie, that's 'cos it's not for Ultra Knowledge.

    about 4 years ago

  13. Jamie Wright Jamie Wright

    who's brand colours are they then?

    about 4 years ago

  14. Dave Bowker Dave Bowker

    Does it matter? They're black and red. It could be coke zero, it could be black 'n' red notebooks, it could be the A-Team. The point is it's configurable so I can easily change it for multiple brands.

    about 4 years ago

  15. Jay Fanelli Jay Fanelli

    It's not any single element that makes this problematic, Dave. It's the combination of so many similar elements: the black and red, the UK map, the big numbers, the arrow, and the real nail in the coffin for me, the target over London.

    about 4 years ago

  16. Stu Greenham Stu Greenham

    Either way it looks the same mate, Jay sums it up great!

    about 4 years ago

  17. This was the previous header of the tweet tracker stats with the previous name. Also didn't sit right with the client's brand colours, and the map was too localised on a specific area of London and didn't show the international scale of the conference.

    Might adapt it for smaller conferences and different brands. Also need to whip up a simplified version to give away to charities and whatnot.

    about 4 years ago

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