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    Hi

    I've been tasked with creating design concepts for a company - and I've come up with these 3 designs so far.

    Which one is best? What could I improve on it? Any general feedback would be appreciated as I'm stuck right now - not sure which one to go forward with

    Look forward to your comments :-)

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    All of your designs are very good. In my opinion, the first concept design is best. It's simple and well organized.

    The color scheme in your second design isn't as appealing as the first and your third design looks far too busy. In this case, less is more.

    Also, what are the brand colors for the company who asked you to design their site? Each of your designs changing in their color scheme.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackhawk095, post: 247535
    All of your designs are very good. In my opinion, the first concept design is best. It's simple and well organized.

    The color scheme in your second design isn't as appealing as the first and your third design looks far too busy. In this case, less is more.

    Also, what are the brand colors for the company who asked you to design their site? Each of your designs changing in their color scheme.
    Thanks for the comments

    The company has no real brand colours - they just want to try out different things and see what works best for them

    Any ways which i could improve this design?

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    I will vote for the first one too, mainly due to the fact when I first opened it up, my eyes were drawn to the number of likes and followers etc, which then pretty well explained the rest of the website without looking at it too much. No clutter, no messing around, simple. These usually are the best sites.
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    Quote Originally Posted by donkey123, post: 247550
    I will vote for the first one too, mainly due to the fact when I first opened it up, my eyes were drawn to the number of likes and followers etc, which then pretty well explained the rest of the website without looking at it too much. No clutter, no messing around, simple. These usually are the best sites.
    Thanks

    Thats what I was going for - simple and straight to the point, while still delivering all info to the user.

    Any suggestions for improvements?

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    First one for sure. Its simple and looks amazing. I really don't know how you can improve it. It looks perfect as is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew Yurlov, post: 247555
    First one for sure. Its simple and looks amazing. I really don't know how you can improve it. It looks perfect as is.
    Thanks for the kind comments :-)

    I don't know what it is, but I just feel that there's something missing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fahim Chowdhury, post: 247556
    Thanks for the kind comments

    I don't know what it is, but I just feel that there's something missing?
    On the other hand... try to put the "subscribe to newsletter" bar of stuff at the bottom above the six icons (don't know where they are for)
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    First one - I like the round badges for the various offerings.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew Yurlov, post: 247558
    On the other hand... try to put the "subscribe to newsletter" bar of stuff at the bottom above the six icons (don't know where they are for)
    I've actually updated the design a bit now - got rid of those 6 icons and replaced with a link to the FB page.

    The newsletter needs to be there really - they want to maximise the number of subscribers so they need to stand out - I'm trying other positions aswell but it seems to look best there.

    I'll upload the updated design soon
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