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Madmix wrote:

You have a very subtle drop shadow on the right side cards/boxes. I noticed that only one or two images on the main part of the pages have a matching drop shadow. I would also apply the drop shadow to those images, and content boxes.
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DianaH wrote:
Based on some excellent feedback, I made a few changes to my website ...
http://threeoaksvineyard.com
Would appreciate any additional feedback!

    You might want to replace the current logo with this one ...
    • When I look at the site/page full screen, an empty image box and a green mobile navigation-button appears right underneath the main menu.
    http://coffeecup.rvanheukelum.com/three-oaks-screenshot.png
    • I'd try to completely fill the hero ... now there's this purple area, which looks like the image just isn't big enough.
    • Switch to mobile navigation around the 768px breakpoint, not smaller
    • In mobile view the footer text runs outside the viewport
    • In mobile view (on the home page) there's 2 logo's above each other
    • In mobile view there doesn't seem to be an option to close the menu, only to open it
    • For body text you should use a font size of about 16px to be readable, certainly when the font is this thin

This should get you started ...


– Richard
Ontwerpzaam | Papendrecht, The Netherlands
27" iMac i5 3.1GHz / 32GB RAM / 4TB SSHD / 1GB VRAM - macOS 10.12.6 Sierra
Switched from Softpress' Freeway to Coffeecup Responsive Design software
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Madmix wrote:
This was my very first experience with Coffecup Software at all. I own the software since years and never used it before. But the foundation framer made me curious and short time after I purchased it, the RSD 2 beta had been released. And this is so amazing with all its options and the clean code. And with all the time, it is saving in web development So I built the next static website with RSD 2 beta and Foundation. In real, these are two websites, but for the same client, with a little different focus and another color.


They look great!
My one suggestion would be to get rid of the dropshadows/boxshadows completely.

– Richard
Ontwerpzaam | Papendrecht, The Netherlands
27" iMac i5 3.1GHz / 32GB RAM / 4TB SSHD / 1GB VRAM - macOS 10.12.6 Sierra
Switched from Softpress' Freeway to Coffeecup Responsive Design software
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DianaH wrote:
Based on some excellent feedback, I made a few changes to my website. I converted my php gallery to RSD and I redesigned my mobile menu to be hamburger style with smaller font. Thanks to Wayan Jaya and GregB!

http://threeoaksvineyard.com/

I want to do a few more tweaks to the mobile menu, but I haven't figured out how. I plan to ask some questions in another section of the forum.

Would appreciate any additional feedback!

at large view ports (1900px +) there is something wrong the site displayes an "image placeholder" and the menu hamburger,, also at those larger screen sizes you could consider making the rows a little wider (maybe 1400 or 1500px) because from a visual point of view,, just a tad too narrow for those larger screens,, (that would also allow for a bit more size on your text
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Amazing recommendations for http://threeoaksvineyard.com/!

1. Large view ports (1900 px) images corrected (thank you Wayan).
2. Modified logo installed. Wow, thank you for making those changes to the logo pic Richard! That looks so much better. I believe the two logo's problem on the mobile home page is corrected. I'll be working on changing the mobile break point, option to close the mobile menu and increasing the body text next.
3. Bill G - I like all of your recommendations! They will take me a little while, but I plan to go through and see how best to incorporate. I am not quite sure I really understand how heading tags work with search engines, so I need to do a little more research to understand and update.
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This is such great fun to do ... a collective effort:)

— Richard
Ontwerpzaam | Papendrecht, The Netherlands
27" iMac i5 3.1GHz / 32GB RAM / 4TB SSHD / 1GB VRAM - macOS 10.12.6 Sierra
Switched from Softpress' Freeway to Coffeecup Responsive Design software
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rvanheukelum wrote:
This is such great fun to do ... a collective effort:)

— Richard


I agree with you!!!! :D
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So my first use of the Responsive Site Designer software very nice. It takes a second to understand. A better way to do WYSIWYG. Need more info on traveler code for pictures. I like the way they change.
www.HappyLittleGreens.com Thanks.
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A very nice site, Karl. If I had lived closer, you would have got me as a customer. ;)
Ha en riktig god dag!
Inger, Norway
This site was made before we were able to create components through the app:
Component sharing for RFF, RBB, RSD and SD: https://eikweb.com/sharing/
My work in progress right now:
Components for the same as above + HTML Editor: https://mock-up.coffeecup.com


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Karl, on the products pg one of the images loaded very slow I watched it slowly load in its place. Viewed image downloaded image it was 2.3 M suggest make images file size much smaller fast loading is important.
My CC S-drive site https://workhorsepainting.com

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