Hey guys, you may have seen my request for a logo in the tender section, which Glen kindly provided (and did an excellent job with). Now that I have this I've put together a draft in PS of what i came up with having seen the logo. Background on the site: it-helldecks will be a resource for people making their way into the IT support industry, giving short (hopefully very readable) articles on the basics of an IT helpdesk, generally the entry level IT support position. It aim to give newbies a head start, and tot each them to make a good first impression, and will focus on four main "categories": what a helpdesk generally is and how it all works within the infrastructure of the IT department the personal skills you will benefit from having common tools used technical abilities I want all the information to be fairly bite-sized. When I look at a page I always skim for maybe a minute before looking for the next thing to click, so the idea is to have lots of smaller, still high-quality articles that focus on very specific things. I personally feel this will let people browse and learn in a sort of breadth first way - they don't need to sit for 5 minutes or so reading just to learn something new. Average article length of the ones I've written so far is about 5 paragraphs. Now that all that is out of the way, here are the drafts: The vertical navbar scrolls up and down the black bar with you - i.e wherever you are on the page you can navigate to a new article. I'm not sure yet how I will go about navigating WITHIN those 4 categories - having a CSS scrolldown with all the articles will probably be too much due to the number of articles but I'll work something out. Similarly, the horizontal navbar is placed both at the start AND end of each article - the articles are so short that you will only be a tiny scroll or swipe of your trackpad away from being able to see it. I've tested this draft out on a few people and they have all agreed with me that their eye is first drawn to the contrast of the red/white/black of the headset earpiece, then drawn up and round the headband to the sites name, then down to the navbar and the content very quickly. To me this seems like a decent first impression, no one seems to be getting lost or overwhelmed by it. Basically just want some feedback? Do I have a decent concept here or am I going too simplistic? I'm a computer scientist by trade but feel I've got a half decent beginners grasp of simplistic and functional design so hopefully I'm not way out haha. Any criticism is welcome (I'm sure Glen at least will have something to say about me butchering his amazing logo haha). Things I like about this: Simplistic Emphasis on the content Everything is fairly bold and the important things stand out - the site name/branding and the content, navigation is easy to see and categorises everything simply Hopefully very readable and usable Things that maybe need improved in my opinion: Maybe a bit generic? Not personal enough? Is the smaller catchline under the logo "turn it off and on" necessary? Too boring colour scheme? Thanks a lot guys, always appreciated.