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elitecreations says

Hi, I need suggestions for this theme to make it more attractive..

elitecreations.net63.net/backing-soon/

Thanks in advance..

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wickedpixel says

I need suggestions for this theme to make it more attractive.

Redesign it. The only touch of design from the entire thing is the bottom border and the title font(pretty ugly, thought). The rest is just plain old boring stuff placed to be there.

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kops says

First impressions are that it’s way too busy and different styles are clashing.

Look how many different styles and elements you have here:

//Single-colour rounded corner buttons

//An overlay with a dot pattern

//Bright yellow heading text in some sci-fi font

//Brightly coloured social media icons with a colour gradient background

//Peaceful landscape full screen backgrounds fading in and out

//Industrial looking tool illustration on a yellow graph paper background

//A black flip clock thing on a plain white background.

Nothing ties together. It’s as if you reached for 7 or 8 different elements that you liked the look of and thought that that would be a good enough reason to bind them all together in a single design.

You’ve got to start at the very beginning – think about the overall look at feel and how each element on the page fits into that. Fonts / Colours / Layout.

Into more detail – think:

//Why are you using this sci-fi font – does it go with the clock font or the menu font.

//Why are you fading the background image in and out – what purpose does it serve? Why are you fading it in and out when the page content slides in from the left.

//Why are you using a cliché yellow and black banner at the bottom of the page?

//What is the point of having a portfolio section if you are stating the site is under construction? If you’re going to include that section then why is there only room for 4 items and why can’t the user click to enlarge them?

//Why is the contact form so wide – are you expecting people with 85 character surnames?

//Subscribe button? Subscribe to what? Don’t assume the user will know.

//Is the body text easy to read against every background you’ve put in there?

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elitecreations says

First impressions are that it’s way too busy and different styles are clashing.

Look how many different styles and elements you have here:

//Single-colour rounded corner buttons

//An overlay with a dot pattern

//Bright yellow heading text in some sci-fi font

//Brightly coloured social media icons with a colour gradient background

//Peaceful landscape full screen backgrounds fading in and out

//Industrial looking tool illustration on a yellow graph paper background

//A black flip clock thing on a plain white background.

Nothing ties together. It’s as if you reached for 7 or 8 different elements that you liked the look of and thought that that would be a good enough reason to bind them all together in a single design.

You’ve got to start at the very beginning – think about the overall look at feel and how each element on the page fits into that. Fonts / Colours / Layout.

Into more detail – think:

//Why are you using this sci-fi font – does it go with the clock font or the menu font.

//Why are you fading the background image in and out – what purpose does it serve? Why are you fading it in and out when the page content slides in from the left.

//Why are you using a cliché yellow and black banner at the bottom of the page?

//What is the point of having a portfolio section if you are stating the site is under construction? If you’re going to include that section then why is there only room for 4 items and why can’t the user click to enlarge them?

//Why is the contact form so wide – are you expecting people with 85 character surnames?

//Subscribe button? Subscribe to what? Don’t assume the user will know.

//Is the body text easy to read against every background you’ve put in there?

Thanks for the suggestion…. I think i have to redesign it….

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