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Forest Advertising Layout

Discussion in 'Website Design Forum:' started by Timmo, Mar 5, 2010.

  1. Timmo

    Timmo Member

  2. Levi

    Levi Moderator Staff Member

    Personally I think I would have maybe done it slightly differently.
    List form :)

    1) I'd move the business/tourism to the other side
    2) I would have used the leaves as a background feature (blending into a plain colour) and then had the header for the main site branding plus a bit for a 'sponsored by' advert bit to pull in a bit of revenue to maintain the site
    3) I think the images need some rounding on them to match the logo as it stands.
    4) I really do not like the background you've picked and think my idea suggested above may look better :)
  3. Tom Sound

    Tom Sound Active Member

    I'd agree with the Levi about the background, it looks more kitchen laminate than real wood, not foresty enough. :up:
  4. Jed

    Jed Member

    Hmm I like the idea - the redesign looks fresher than the original!

    I would agree with Levi and Tomsound but then you also have to consider your target market. Its tourism site right? So maybe instead going for a forest look maybe focus more on the commercial side of things?

    An example to look at would be this: Visit London - Official City Guide & London Hotels - This site is typical tourism feature (it has places to go and events and such).

    Maybe your budget does not stretch this far but you can still provide a low budget alternative with a similar website hierarchy, as it looks like your desing is more tailored for text (it has the same look as a blog layout) an minimal images. The idea of a tourism and business is to attract visitor's that will use your services - a few visuals in the right place can go a long way.

    Keep us updated!

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