WEB 2nd design...more feedback

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  1. marcom10

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  2. Dnepr

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    I like.

    Easy on the eye's and to the point.
     
  3. Trent Carter

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    VERY nice!
     
  4. kuno

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    Is this design going to be fixed width or liquid? How do you plan on doing the navigation? I do like the colors.
     
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    I like the overall look of it. I would suggest a color change, you are in a service industry and service usually requires blue or green. Also being a font site, you may want to make sure that all of your fonts look good in any resolution. On my screen they look sort of pixelated. I am viewing 1280 X 720 on a wide screen monitor. Aside from that, I love the minimalism and ease of finding what you want. I think your customer base might like to be able to drill down based on "theme" or "alphabetically" to find the fonts they are looking for. Hope I helped.
     
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    I like it.. smooth and to the point. If it makes it live just like that, without getting cluttered up with extra navigation etc, it will be excellent.
     
  7. Jimmy Pop Cornholio

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    Nice I like the uploader! You code it yourself or purchase?
     
  8. marcom10

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    I wasn't advertising the uploader, rofl
     
  9. Jimmy Pop Cornholio

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    Ahh Fawnt... Cool idea..
     
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    Heh ty..being coded as we speak
     
  11. Nakon

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    the speech bubble tails aren't really going anywhere
     
  12. marcom10

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    What do you mean? That was just the background to display the font on. The bubble will ultimately link to the font site or download.
     
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    I just can't believe all those fonts received the exact same amount of clicks :eek3:
     
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    Definitely agreed, it helps make other font sites like dafont.com work so well.

    As far as the design, I really dig it. I'd definitely use it if you had that functionality above.
     
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    Once we launch we will consider adding the text bar thingy. It is very difficult to add, and we really don't know how to do it. :hs:
     
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    I agree, go with a different color than red. As mentioned a above, a blue or green would be easier on the eyes.
     

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