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Hi speed730,

Good advice from mafloral, just wanted to add something extra. You need to pay close attention to horizontal and vertical alignment and padding.


I’ve highlighted the bits in red as a problem with horizontal alignment. Also it is good practice to make sure your vertical alignment is roughly equal as well. If you’re not using a grid system I would advice so.

And on your menu in responsive mode be sure to further indent sublevels.

Such as

Main menu
-Sub menu

This can be easily coded.

And by the looks of it, for your 3D renders you seem to be using cycles, I apologise if I’m wrong but I’m just taking a guess here. That being said you can achieve a nicer render with a good light setup. It looks to me you’re using global illumination or just one large emitter. With the right setup you can dramatically change the quality of your renders.


That would give a better overall look. Good luck.

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