Makes sense; Iâ€™ve used 9%. Iâ€™ll think about the fonts; maybe itâ€™s best if I do that when Iâ€™ve chosen an html font for the copy (Iâ€™m not using web fonts because they seem to lack cross browser compatibility). So far the idea is: a font for the logo, one for the menu and everything that is part of the dialogue with the viewer, and one that suits a playful style for the slogan. I do like the menu on the right, especially if is also aligned on the right; it communicates stability, I think. But Iâ€™m experimenting with doing the header, the footer and the main area one at a time. Letâ€™s see what comes out
In the dictionary Iâ€™ve found that functionality can be both countable or uncountable. Not sure what communicates development best. Or does it make a difference?
I made some small variations. Maybe when the design is all done I'll remove the pattern on top, or maybe not, not sure.
I've made more space between the large transparent ding and the pattern on top and underneath. Decrease the transparency to 11%. I've removed one colour (the lettering now is the same colour as the logo) etc..
I like Mistral for 'only pure design' although it's been used a lot in every sort of design, including in plastic bags in a super market. It's a good font though.