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5 responses to “navigation menu”

  1. Michael Reiss says:

    I really like the way you were able to translate the same theme used in the “coolhaus” logo to the way you designed the navigation bar (the rounded edges and the same color scheme).

  2. Franziska says:

    I basically tried to improve the navigation bar by cleaning the original one up. I used the logo of the company to choose color and shapes for the main navigation bar.
    I wanted to add a sub-navigation as the original one uses two different navigations, too. To further clean the existing website I decided to have a vertical sub-navigation bar. Here the problem occurred of placing the sub-navigation bar aligned with the main bar (also aligned when changing the size of the window).

  3. Miyoung Lee says:

    I loved how you simplified the original design which was visually chaotic with too much going on. Your color choices of applying pink and black to the navigation bar directly relates to the logo which helps unify your design even further, and the soft round edges of your buttons create a sense of comfort like eating a really good sandwich 🙂

  4. Kathy says:

    I like how she carried the colors over from the original to the new navigation bar keeping it more consistent and readable. The original had many different dramatic angles of type and it was a little distracting. I like how she kept the navigation bar separate and a visual difference to the information that is listed on the right. It groups the info at the top.
    The only suggestion I might make is making the black box around the pink circles a square and bleed it off the edges. It seems difficult to echo the the shape of the circles.

  5. Sarah says:

    I like how you integrated the logos colors into the navigation bar. It looks clean and easy to read.
    Maybe doing a little more with the three lines under the navigation bar could enhance it visually.

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