Website Design - Bright variation

Paul Morris paul at paulwmorris.com
Sat Apr 27 16:11:39 UTC 2019


Hmmm, they both have good features, but I think I like the look of the 
brighter one better.

In particular, for the section on blog posts, I like the cleaner, 
simpler feel of the brighter one.

Looking forward to seeing the UX mock-ups.

-Paul


On 4/26/19 6:15 PM, alex wrote:
>
> Hello wonderful people!
>
> Here's a little experiment...
>
> I was looking at the overall design of the home page, while doing some 
> UX mock-ups for the application, and I couldn't shake off the feelings 
> of "disconnection" and "heaviness".
>
> I decided to apply a new visual style to the content and the flow we 
> defined, pushing for a brighter identity, and using only colors 
> available from our styleguide.
>
> You can see both design iterations here (use your keyboard arrows to 
> move through screen 1 and 2): https://invis.io/7WRQVWSCAUE
> While I like v1, I think the brighter v2 feels more modern, proposing 
> an easily digestible and appealing color palette, while pushing a bit 
> of brand identity which will be reflected in the actual email client 
> (more on that to come).
>
> Keep in mind that this is a simple aesthetic choice, so it all comes 
> down to what we like and what we don't, and I'd love to hear your 
> thoughts on which direction feels more inline with the Thunderbird 
> identity.
>
> /FYI, I'm using Invision as the Presentator instance I've been using 
> till now has an SSL certificate issue. You can leave comments like you 
> did with Presentator.
> /
>
> Cheers,
>
> -- 
> Alessandro Castellani
> Lead UX Architect
>
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