Difficult Layout

August 26, 2008

Sometimes it’s good to experiment and be a little intentionally difficult. Emily had the joy of being a test subject. It’s not the most challenging or original design ever but I liked the idea of a three column design with the navigation in the middle*. I think it works ok because the left column is very mimimal.

First version:
(The blackbird is just a filler photo while we choose the appropriate image, we’re probably going with nice nature/inspiring nice things so it was an appropriate holding image).

Moonshine PR website visual (version 1)

Moonshine PR website visual (version 1)

We’ve updated it a little to make it a bit more accessible, the contrast between the background and the body copy was a little low so we’re trying a white content background. Also removed the “Recent Projects” bit from the footer and replaced with a selection of logos from associate businesses (proper logos to come).

Moonshine PR website visual (Version 3)

Moonshine PR website visual (Version 3)

* I make no claims to originality here, I’m sure this has been tried before.

Category: Design, Work
Tags: Moonshine PR, Web Design

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