Would appreciate some feedback on this one! Working on a website with the @Message Creative team, for a label with some big goals. So I need the site to have a big impact too. Not sure about the footer yet, so any feedback on that or any part of the site would be great! Full size attached.
about 1 year ago
Love your colors and font choices. Only comment would be on the social icons. Slightly hard to read, and I would imagine if someone is looking at it on a cheap monitor, it would be even worse. Just my thoughts. Great work though!
@Ronnie Johnson cool, thanks. Do you mean the ones in the footer or under the artist pictures?
well done, looks great!
@Jonathan Ogden Sorry, the icons in the footer.
@Ronnie Johnson thanks
Great work! It's hard to make a dark website read well/look good but this looks great! I agree with the social icons. If they were slightly darker gray I think they would be perfect.
color palette is really fresh. overall, it feels nice and clean, and I like the color treatments of all the imagery. i do feel like the footer is a bit heavy-handed (or should i say heavy footed;) when taken into the design as a whole.
Excellent background images. The "Get Involved" & "Resources" boxes aren't doing if for me. It's hard to pick out the call to action with all the other colors going on around it. Maybe just a color box overlay like the blog posts for the artists as well? Just a thought. Great work though.
@Ashley - thanks! Yeah, dark websites are tough. I've not really done many before.
@Ben - thanks! I know what you mean. I wanted it to be a clear divide from the section above, but not to stand out too much. It was originally white, which looked way too bright.
@Epic - Good idea with artists overlay, I might try that out. There's two different styles going on there which might not be the best. I'll have a think about the 'Get Involved' and 'Resources'. They're not major links so I'm not bothered about them standing it out too much.
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