ziubzia — 2014-05-29T11:02:19-04:00 — #1
I'd really appreciate your comments on our possible website designs we've got it down to 4 designs. Please bare in mind that all the designs are using stock photo's so please look beyond the pretty pictures at the layout UI UX etc.
Which is your favourite design/layout?
What does it need ?
Mant thanks in advance.
rt_ — 2014-05-31T12:26:48-04:00 — #2
The one by Pix Panda looks the best to me. Clean, clear, simple.
deoca — 2014-06-01T09:50:03-04:00 — #3
I think you can make it look more colorful, esp the background
crazydc — 2014-06-02T09:10:46-04:00 — #4
I at first found it hard to know what your website is trying to do or sell. It was not till the reading more deeply into the alan_sf and hichi design i notice what it is. The hichi right way show you what the website is about. I like the design of the alan_sf one but would improve the banner image you have to someone to do with electric cigarettes. the hichi design was a little dark at the top then got really bright then dark again at the bottom.
If you going to start dark have darker middle to soften the image a little more. I personally would soften the black in the banner and footer for that design.
rt_ — 2014-06-02T13:54:15-04:00 — #5
I understood what I was looking at instantly with Pix Panda's design. Thought it was very intuitive.
balsing — 2014-06-04T03:53:29-04:00 — #6
Design by Alan_sf is looking the best web design to me, it contains clear header, body, and footer.
qudratullah — 2014-06-13T05:32:16-04:00 — #7
Alan_sf design interface look quite attractive and bit unique can choose this design regarding my point of view this design is best in your provided options.
dynamikemagic — 2014-06-13T05:57:04-04:00 — #8
I would suggest #296 by Hichi. It has the most content. More content can help with SEO. It will help put your website on the first page of search engines.
To help your content be seen quicker I suggest moving the center photos to the left. Move some of the bottom content to the right of the middle photos. It will keep the viewer from strolling down as much. It will help capture the viewers attention in a quicker manner.
mcale — 2014-06-14T12:04:49-04:00 — #9
I like the one by cetty_79 with Pix Panda a close second.
johnketu — 2014-07-03T08:36:38-04:00 — #10
I liked the #387 template design, good colour combination, correct fonts used, perfect image and mainly most of the things are covered in first half of the page.
imkane — 2014-07-03T13:49:56-04:00 — #11
I like #296 the best, the other ones are a bit on the "boring" side. It has a better designed header and footer, plus the font family choice is better, IMO.
davemaxwell — 2014-07-03T14:10:46-04:00 — #12
Personal opinion - I like Hichi's design. The design is richer and seems more polished and professional. More importantly, it's not a site I'd be worried about using my CC info against (and I've walked away from a LOT of sites because the site design makes me worry).
Pix Panda would be second. I like that there's not a ton of cruft before you get to the site content, but I find the site a little flat and uninspired. Some more color would be appropriate, I think
I like cetty_79's design, but there's something there which just seems off. Almost like it's not balanced from left to right. I don't know why, but it's not there.
I don't understand Alan_sf's design at all. Doesn't seem to follow any sort of theme....
pdxsherpa — 2014-07-03T16:24:43-04:00 — #13
379. clean and commercial which seems to be the purpose of the site. to sell a product.
yvesloren — 2014-07-06T00:23:50-04:00 — #14
You should go for #296 by Hichi; Looks for professional.
jason_macfarlane — 2014-07-21T15:56:35-04:00 — #15
I like the one by cetty_79, but the one by Pix Panda is nice too!
mittineague — 2014-07-21T17:34:20-04:00 — #16
The OP hasn't been back since starting this thread so they must have chosen something