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Karan is a Creative Director/ Visual Designer with 6+ years of experience in Digital Art Direction, Branding and Print Design. His design style tends to be visually rich and memorable.
Weve been seeing a wide range of designs on CSS Fox lately. And while some of them do knock your socks off, others are a little less inspirational.
While I did like some elements such as the taglines and header/footer animations, Im afraid the basic layout and design didnt work for me. There were just too many minor errors, both from a content as well as a design standpoint.
However, the more serious issue was a combination of a bit too much content and a lack of appropriate space between sections (which would have made it a bit easier on the eyes). Also, in many cases the content and design didnt really work together organically. For e.g. the homepage tagline reads, Digital. Made Easy. But the layout is the exact opposite of this message.
Dont get me wrong here. This is a perfectly functional site. Just not the most memorable one when it comes to visual design.
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Very true Karan!
I understand. It can be challenging to balance client work with ones own website. Youve got quite a few interesting animations and illustrations going for you. Id look at highlighting them a bit more and dialling back some of your content or at least spacing it out a bit more. This would make the site seem a little less dense content-wise and easier to scan through.
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Thanks, Karan, I actually really appreciate the feedback. I'd love to hear feedback to what you would actually change. I do agree with you on a lot of your points. It was more half-finished before client work started taking priority and unfortunately, I never got it to where I was completely happy either.