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    The background? It's black
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    In this "version" I've changed the fonts for the nav and the text "xtdesign", darkered the right part, and made it 40px less tall. What do you think?
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    I can't see any difference really.
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    Its not bad, however I like the font in the first one better, It gives it more character.


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    And this?
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    Still not fond of the background. Perhaps a more gripping image and make the diagonal/links a solid color.
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    I like the first one more, the tigter height in the second works better though. As much as I like Century Gothic the first font has more style, (...as said by Glyakk)

    I don't see why 'XTD' should have relate to 'extremely sexy design'... it's just a follow up slogan, and I think it's provocative and unique, just make sure it looks intentional, atm it almost looks uncertain/shy. Anyway this would depend who you're marketed towards ? ... the straight ecommerce work or the more fun and interesting projects.

    Overall the header in general looks abit flat, you could easily mix in some of your Photoshop skills and play with the blending of the water, more colour variety etc, turquoise high-lights could look quite nice.

    As for the rollover I imagine some sort of opacity fade/vivid glow or a sharp zesty colour change, (...which isn't orange) You need to make more space after the (+) sign so it doesn't blend into the word.

    Lookin' forward to seeing the finished version.

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    Your first logo looked alot better...
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    Brak: what is more gripping? More catchy?
    The thing is that I would like it be more minimalistic than my previous work, so I used plain colors, and not drop shadows, glow effects, etc.
    I will try a version with the logo of the first, something I'm thinking now, and tighter(like version 3), and a space between the + and the word.

    Now that you say it... I preffer to focus on sites that let me get "wild", like band sites, entertaiment, or certain areas of ecommerce, like Sony's VAIO's site: http://vaio.sony-europe.com/vaio_hub.html
    It's one of my favourite sites in design around. Not designs like the new CSS vault design (ugly for me).

    I'm thinking of a slogan, something with "sexy".

    Thanks to everyone for the replies!

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    http://s88169123.onlinehome.us/xtdesign/ <- I like this one.

    The third version of this header your working on, it really isn't much different from the original one. Try my idea of lining the nav up with the diagonal line.
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    zionlocke: Do you mean to put the links of the navbar in diagonal? I can't do that without image maps or hundreds of slices, and I don't like any of them


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