[Seaside] Call For Design for the Seaside web site
brad at sonaural.com
Wed Mar 14 15:59:37 UTC 2007
Jason Johnson wrote:
> Haha. That is exactly what I was thinking!
Yes, it's a bit pop culture-ish. This certainly has a certain look to
it, and to me it evokes a feeling of bubble gum - a bold idea.
Lukas: what do you want to convey with the look and the function of the
site? Do you want playful? fun? professional? classy? irony? poke fun
at? mysterious? beautiful? stark/austere? bold? pastel? etc...
I really like the idea of using the star as a rotating menu selector.
Unless someone has the time, it might be too much to do. But, it would
I think it's a given to use the idea of the "seaside" as the jumping off
point of what the look would be. The seaside is fun and can be crowded
but also serene. The logo can come later and a star is a very easy
object to use, modify and extend. Why not use the colors of the seaside
in pastels? Sand - near white sand with hints of yellow, browns and
pastel blues. Fonts are not so hard to pick from because of the limited
palette available to browsers.
some color ideas:
> Blake wrote:
>> On Wed, 14 Mar 2007 00:01:39 -0800, Lukas Renggli <renggli at gmail.com>
>>>> > Could you use the seaside logo to see how it would fit?
>>>> Maybe you could put a tiny white seastar as the dot of the i in
>>>> Seaside? I think that would look quite nice. Most Web 2.0 logos are
>>>> the product name in bold fonts, mostly with a subtle tweak somewhere
>>>> ... Sebastian, if you want I can give you the vector shape.
>>> I have something along the attached file in mind. It is a bit tricky
>>> to do on the existing template bitmap, but I guess one can see how it
>>> is supposed to look like.
>> Heheheheh. It looks like "Seaside" brightens your whites and keeps
>> your colors from running, even in warm water!
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