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Monthly Archives: January 2012

page one. WeAreEmpire.co.uk
this page uses slight contrast with the dark gray circles/links and the light gray background, as well as the circles being the only shape besides the rectangle of the controller screen.

page two. TheyCreative.com
the mixture of the yellow background and swatches of black make for a power color combination, mixed with white text type. the combination is strong albeit a bit distracting.

page three. PoundAndGrain.com
with the gray background and gray headlines allow the red swatches to add a bit of pop to the page.

page four. McCormackMorrison.com
even though the main page has such little contrast, each of the following pages for each of their clients has a tremendous amount of contrast.

page five. HelloStudios.com.au
the soft muted background allows both the headlines and illustration to pop.

page one. SamDallyn.co.uk
while this page does have a decent amount of white space around the borders, the space between the different clients is a little tight making some of the clients, in some cases, difficult to tell apart.

page two. NoahStokes.com
the only two elements on this page are the designers profile on the left and text box on the right, containing links for different projects the he has done. the rest of the page is white space, separating the two elements.

page three. KevinMonger.co.uk
his design at the main page leaves considerable amounts of white space around each of the elements.

page four. GetFinch.com
the considerable amounts of white space on the front page allows the visitor to know what is really important.

page five. BlakeAllenDesign.com
even though the page is not white, there are large empty areas are viewed as white space, and it’s easily visible what he wants you to know is the most important thing.

page one.  Sellected.com
i chose this page for its simple layout and organization of their clients all laid out in circles in a four by six grid.

page two. ReverseBuro.com
this one i chose for its ability to be able to organize the entire sites layout onto easily navigable buttons positioned around the window.

page three. Miiks.com
this page is entirely laid out on one page. the view of the page when first landing on site looks like a splash page but with nothing to click on, but the viewer can scroll either down for content or up for information.

page four. Ednacional.com
ednacional is laid out in such a way that the viewer can flip through a slid show of some of the creator’s work without having to click anywhere else first. there are also three simple tabs at the top that the visitor can take to find other information about the artist.

page five. Barntarnst.com
laid out on a simple grid with a few illustations, when rolled over, reveal where the link will take you.

page one. LegWorkStudio.com
this page is filled will line drawings by the illustrator, not mindlessly placed, but in an unorganized matter making the page a bit more interesting.

page two. Henry.Brown.Name
the main landing spot for the page is displayed in very much a symmetrical fashion. the rest of the page is not nearly as symmetrical. even though the main page is symmetrical, i don’t think the symmetry really hurts the page since it is broken after the main headline of the page.

page three. Design-Swap.com
another page that is laid out symmetrical, although this page is entirely laid out symmetrically. the way that the page is laid out makes the page simple to navigate but makes the page less interesting to look at.

page four. CurlyBrac.es
this page is laid out with the left being dedicated with the name on the left, on a static page, and the right being able to scroll through his works. this layout keeps it simple but also keeps the page interesting

page five. 31three.com
this page is kept clean with three thumbnails as well as some text and on the right is a picture. clean and asymmetrical makes this page look interesting and not look cluttered.