19 comments

  • Jacob JJacob J, 1 year ago

    Diggin that Guillon font

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  • Dan Winer, 1 year ago

    Beautiful website, my only feedback is that I think the paragraphs are a bit wide. Larger font and/or narrower width would make me more inclined to read the content. Butterick's typography guide for example recommends 45-90 chars per line, you're at about 100. There is also some text overlapping a yellow blob on the services page that hinders legibility. All in all though great job, I enjoyed reading through the baraja case study, awesome logo.

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    • Hayden Bleasel, 1 year ago

      Good call - I'll look into reworking the typography, particularly for the case studies!

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  • Karl WeberKarl Weber, 1 year ago

    This website is fantastic.

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  • Spencer HaizelSpencer Haizel, 1 year ago

    Absolutely love this Hayden! And an added bonus that you've built it on Gatsby.

    I've sent you guys an email, hopefully hear back from you soon!

    Edit: Who and why would you downvote this?!

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  • Timothy LiTimothy Li, 1 year ago

    Saw some Lorem ipsum, not sure if it's in there on purpose

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    • Hayden Bleasel, 1 year ago

      Yeah was on purpose... being a bit too meta for our own good. Changed it haha, thanks :)

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      • Timothy LiTimothy Li, 1 year ago

        Haha ok, I thought it might be but didn't want to ignore if it wasn't. great job btw, I love fast gatsbyjs sites.

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  • Keegan Bur, 1 year ago

    Gatsby, so fast right now.

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  • Account deleted 1 year ago

    I love all of it except for the blobs in the background. All the little hover states and stuff are perfect too. Nice work all round.

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  • David DarnesDavid Darnes, 1 year ago

    This is a real sharp looking site, speedy too. Certainly feels like it was designed around the content. I have some really minor points but I don't want to just throw them up flippantly, also they are so minor that I don't think it would make much difference

    -1 points
    • Hayden Bleasel, 1 year ago

      Thanks! Would love to hear the feedback regardless - if there's any improvements to be made, I'd love to do it :)

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      • David DarnesDavid Darnes, 1 year ago

        I think the main thing is the hover states, they could do with a bit more contrast/difference just so it's clearer that I'm hovering something I can click. The turning images are really cool, but if they are clickable then maybe they should scale towards the screen too? The link and button hover states are very subtle as well, darkening more or slight piece of movement will help tell the user they're pointing/hovering the right thing.

        Would focus indicators be possible? I tabbed through and couldn't see any focus rings or anything to indicate where I was. Probably a design choice, which is cool but this tool might help cater for someone using a keyboard as well as a mouse https://github.com/ten1seven/what-input

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  • Cristian MoiseiCristian Moisei, 1 year ago

    Of course they're gonna be award winning.

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    • Jim RenaudJim Renaud, 1 year ago

      Ha! I'm waiting for an agency to launch "No Awards Won Agency."

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      • Cristian MoiseiCristian Moisei, 1 year ago

        I'd consider that a good marketing strategy: we're not out to win awards, we're going to make something that solves your company's problems and suits your needs.

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        • Hayden Bleasel, 1 year ago

          I don't think they're mutually exclusive haha. You'll notice that the awards we win are for Mobile Excellence, UX and UI rather than crazy experimental web design :)

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