I just re-branded the company i currently work for. My boss wanted a more approachable, friendly image that would target the small business owner. The previous logo was well designed, but I guess it had more of a "corporate" look. So I took a fun approach with the logo. I wanted a bold symbol or shape that would say something about the brand so I connected the name with owls since owls are thought to be wise and smart. I also had one of my co-workers (who is an excellent comic artist) draw up a cute mascot owl for the re-brand as well, which I think will make the brand a little more memorable.
The site is still in development, but it is pretty much done. I am having some some trouble with the location of the forms on some of the pages. I had thought of placing the form at the bottom of every page as opposed to on the side because of the changes in the amount of content. I was told to make sure the form is above the fold on every page, but I would think if the user is looking for it they would find it easily at the bottom of the page.
Anyways I was just wondering what you guys thoughts were on the project.
Thanks for the feed back guys It is much appreciated
The home nav link’s background image is uneven, like "home" isn’t in the center.
I think I just have the padding set that covers all nav buttons in general not unique to each nav button I will have to do that thanks
Very well designed in my opinion. I think there’s a good amount of whitespace on the page.
I like it. While I think there might be too much white space, I don’t particularly mind it.
I’ll try to get a closer look at it later today and see if I can spot some areas that could use improvement.
I hear you some of the pages such as the history pages have a large amount of white space since the side bar on the left has the contact form it leaves a large area of white space to the right. I was thinking of moving the form to the footer on all the pages to eliminate this problem.
Thanks again for the feedback guys :D
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