Over the weekend I was having a play and decided to have a look at creating a minimal one page flat design.
This is what I came up with. Any thoughts or suggestions?https://www.dropbox.com/s/8onz9or0uwdsu84/plane.jpg
Hope your planning on making it responsive!
I recently submitted the follow PSD design at the weekend and got a hard rejection.
Just wondered if anybody could take a look and give me some critiquehttps://dl.dropbox.com/u/56087/TRI.jpg
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What do you listen too?
Looks like I dont use it enough.
How many use the app and how many use the web interface?
Design – Photoshop Code – Coda2
And that’s about it.
Code the Slash design or the Martom?
Well i must say many thanks, to be honest I wasn’t expecting such a reaction as I usually get one comment which isn’t very helpful!
Like I mentioned my previous design got rejected for being too consistant so I thought I would just put something together with different element.
I might have a go at finishing it off.
Many thanks again!
No the reason why I submitted it was because I got the following comments in the design below…
There are a few unique touch with this template, especially the presentation for skills, tweets and team. They look good as individual elements. But when you put them together, they simply failed to work well with each others. It looks repetitive and the entire flow is corrupted.
Also, you overuse the circle shapes, really. I think you have a good sense in placing elements or managing the consistency of spacing, because the template did look tidy and organised. But the overall design look plain. Being consistent is good, but, over consistent will make it looks boring. you still have to use one or two key elements to draw attentions.
I just wanted to test the other way round where its more varied.