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    New responsive design

    I have built my first responsive design and I need your comments no matter what you use.

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    I also have a dark variation of the original design

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    I am still learning so I eager to hear opinions!

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    meh?? Thats only i've seen

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    For a first responsive design its pretty good. You do need to work on your visuals though. Take a look at inspirations websites It will help you to design sites more effectively. Also take a look at Foundation or Bootstrap or if you are just wanting to get an understanding of responsive layouts Skeleton is pretty good also. I prefer Foundation over Bootstrap purely because it is readable language that makes sense. My latest build is built with Foundation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sasha_bolcina View Post
    meh?? Thats only i've seen
    Try again, I was probably in the process of breaking something

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    Quote Originally Posted by m3n0tu18 View Post
    For a first responsive design its pretty good. You do need to work on your visuals though. Take a look at inspirations websites It will help you to design sites more effectively. Also take a look at Foundation or Bootstrap or if you are just wanting to get an understanding of responsive layouts Skeleton is pretty good also. I prefer Foundation over Bootstrap purely because it is readable language that makes sense. My latest build is built with Foundation.

    Hope this was helpful advice for you
    You said I need to work on my visuals, can you be more concrete?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ViruZX View Post
    You said I need to work on my visuals, can you be more concrete?
    I think he meant your presentation of content. The choice of fonts, color and plain design. The font you are using in the nav bar is Terminator font right? I think you should use more professional font, like open sans? The site siteInspire - Web Design Inspiration is actually a great site for inspiration. Take a look at the web designs there and you will know what type of sites are called more professional today. You mainly need to work on UI and content presentation.


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