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"Syscoin" first review

KP-Design

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.

Karan Patel

So, Ill start with the positives. I liked the isometric illustrations used throughout the site. And the animation on the homepage. They really bring the concepts to life and definitely add a little fun to an otherwise dry subject.

However, I couldnt help but notice there are several areas where the basic design could be improved. The most obvious one is the colour palette which has a marked lack of contrast between elements like the navigation drop downs and background colour. This might also be adding to the designs second problem. Some of the graphics seem to be a bit blurry and not as crisp as they should be, especially with this style of illustration.

And last but not least, the typography seems to be a bit clunky and not as refined as it should be. A clear example is the excessive line height used in the paragraphs.

Points for effort though.

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Maxim Aginsky

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"BMAD. Brand identity", "No. Be a better leader", "Crying heart", "Online Kotel Notes", "Resting spinning top" and more.

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brandOn Montreal design and development studio and Cssfox - Web designers' community.

Very true Karan.

I also would like to mention the page loading time which on slow machines are too height. I do not think user needs to be a witness to the page loading progress.

Some of the graphics seem to be a bit blurry - PNGs, which were downscaled, for example. This is an effect of compromise, images (raster graphics), that planed to be bigger keeping in mind multiple resolutions or desktop size, but I think the issue exist only on desktops - not mobile devices. However SVGs are the best solution for me.

Cheers.

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Brightscout,
Kudos for the great graphic work!