Responsive rebuild of Charity website. Comment please

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Responsive rebuild of Charity website. Comment please

Post by Fender » Sun Dec 02, 2018 1:26 pm

This is a responsive rebuild off a website from foundation Yamaru Nederland
that support disabled children in Sulawesie and among other things exploit and finance
the orphanage "Sayap Kasih"in Woloan Sulawesi.
Respons on the rebuild will be appriciated! Also if someone notice errors in the preview!
https://www.yamaru.nl/index.html
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Re: Responsive rebuild of Charity website. Comment please

Post by Biju » Mon Dec 03, 2018 5:04 am

Nice...
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Re: Responsive rebuild of Charity website. Comment please

Post by kibble » Fri Dec 07, 2018 2:26 pm

Very nice.
Makes mine look ancient, I will now have to redesign it.
Thanks!!!! :( :(

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Re: Responsive rebuild of Charity website. Comment please

Post by Biju » Sat Jul 31, 2021 8:20 am

Hi Fender,
Which menu you used for lower breakpoints?
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Re: Responsive rebuild of Charity website. Comment please

Post by ColinM » Sat Jul 31, 2021 9:02 am

Nice work Fender! 8)
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Re: Responsive rebuild of Charity website. Comment please

Post by Santana614 » Tue Aug 03, 2021 4:53 am

Hi there! Your site looks really good! Im new to wysiwyg, web design/development in general, but going through the forum and seeing stuff like this, very inspiring. :D

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Re: Responsive rebuild of Charity website. Comment please

Post by pajadt » Wed Aug 18, 2021 5:44 pm

Hi
Flirting with overlapping color, it is generally difficult to make a good design. to be efficient, but it's not bad when working on a global level, heavy colors are chosen for work, brown is in principle difficult to work with, yet with some ingenious solutions comes a very decent design.
Some things are great workmanship, some are average, basically looking at this this is a good design. You have managed to avoid the trap of bad design when it comes to color overlap.

What I don’t like is the image that deviates from the design below
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you would get a better effect if you used hover text tools, for all these three columns in this section, and you would get a lot visually, try it and see for yourself.
It's a good design

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