Post by iNmuto » Thu May 23, 2013 1:56 pm

Hi,

A shop I put together for a shoe buisness.

I'm a big believer in simplicity and clean design, hence plenty of white space!

Constructive comments are more than welcome.

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Post by rob_pal » Thu May 23, 2013 10:28 pm

Very nice. A good example that you don`t need all the gimmicks to build a nice website.I would make the body font bigger, maybe 16px, and responsive for mobile devices.

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Post by butte » Fri May 24, 2013 11:18 pm

Clean and lean.

Trademarks as such involve further considerations than do logos as such. The logo draws attention but instantly to its apparent attempt to suggest glints of illumination from metal. The text is too thin-lined for that at the magnification seen. Solid face would improve its instant impression, without that distraction and diversion to wondering who thought that was a good idea at the time. You can have alternates to suit reduction or contexts requiring complete legibility.

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Post by TotalWeb » Mon Jun 10, 2013 9:20 pm

The main company logo and the Scholl logo look very poor to me (Firefox 21.0 in 1280 x 1024). I would pay some attention to increasing the quality of these logos.

You might consider adding 'featured' item thumbnails on the homepage to display your wears from the first instance and I would suggest adding a touch more colour or texture. Some of your banners show very colourful footwear but I get a cold feeling from the website itself (white and ice blue).

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