Doge footer. Such ending, much finale, so wow
I must say that the case studies are very comprehensive. Kudos for that!
Great work, I love it. The only thing that bugs me is the social icons on the footer.
You don´t like them?
No, I like it but it seems pixelated. (Sorry for very late answer, I didn't see your reply.)
Awesome work, Ale and co :)
Overall it's great. I would be very proud if our agency's website was as slick and minimalist as this.
I think that it does suffer from having too many ideas/styles in one design, and not enough consistency.
I think a few details could be removed – for example when you click in the Nav, the Burger changes to a pixelated "X". This doesn't fit the rest of the style, or match the Dosis Typeface which is very rounded and modern.
Sometimes links are rounded buttons with a fill, other times they are simply text with a dashed underline, on the Nav the links have no underline but are in a very light weight whereas on the case study the "Check the site" button is rounded with lower case text, and has no fill when you hover over it.
For the title of each case study there is a box with the project dates within it, but due to it's shape and the inconsistency in link design as mentioned above, I'm not sure if this is meant to be a button or not (it isn't).
I think you just need to bring in some consistency, keep animations consistent, button styles, header styles, etc.
Case studies btw are amazing! Really well put together and great supporting imagery.
Thanks for the feedback tom!
We made a lot of tests, art directions, etc
Here´s something we´re working on to show all the decisions we made https://aerolab.co/aerolab
Thanks again, it´s really useful!
looks nice, but on my 11' macbook air, the careers menu item is chopped off the bottom of the hamburger menu. Overflow: scroll; it fam
Nice illustration work, but not sure if Dosis 300 is effective at display sizes. Feels a bit unsubstantial
Yeah, we´re actually seeing to combine it with another one.