Archive | May, 2009

Mozilla Creative Collective Site Design: Round 2

Last week I posted the initial design direction for the Mozilla Creative Collective site for review. I was extremely pleased with Airbag‘s work, but based on your feedback as well as our own internal thoughts, I asked them to make a few additional tweaks:
* fix the type treatment in the header (between the headline and the logo we had “Mozilla Creative Collective” written in two totally different fonts, which felt weird)
* make the top navigational elements more prominent, as they were getting a bit lost amidst all the designy coolness
* reduce reliance on graphic text to make it easier to localize someday

With that in mind, they sent us round two (posted below) today…check it out and let us know what you think. And, while you’re in a Creative Collective mood, don’t miss Tara’s post on building social capital through a system of badges, plus her design review of what those badges will look like. Good stuff!

Mozilla Creative Collective Homepage (Rough) - Round 2

(full-size image available on Flickr)

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