I appreciate the feedback!
shop is alright, a lot of negative space.
whats wrong with the site? just curious. simple yet gets the point across. can you give me an example of a site that you would consider good?
Hey everyone our Initial Release just went live last night. Wondering if you wanted to check it out. Below is a little bit about what our brand represents. weak site man.
An apparel brand that defines humanity.
Rare Reflection is a direct correlation to the world around us. Look into a mirror, every human being is rare, one of a kind. No two reflections are the same no two personalities are identical. The purpose of the brand is to promote each persons unique persona to the world. It is time to be proud of the unique individual you have become. Everything about the brand sets out to make a statement, the vibrant colors, positive slogans/ designs, and opulent presentation. We strive for individualism, there is over saturation everywhere and the entire world just seems to blend together. That is why every single piece designed will be extremely limited, and never re-released. You will stand out in the most "extra"ordinary way possible.
you should really work on that.
I think the shop looks good compared to the site.
color scheme isnt working.
those colors dont compliment each other
but youre front page is the first impression
so to me that matters just as much
theres no "balance"
edit: those social media icons are too big also
i dont understand what would be considered a good looking site though. look at diamond supply co. very basic. even more negative space then my website. I guess it just dont matter though because diamond is already well established.
it doesnt matter that theyre established
you can work around a lot of negative space
but there has to be a balance for it,
and their color scheme is simple.
negative space + balanced site design + basic color scheme = a solid site
random negative space + over sized icons + bad gradients and color combo = a messy unprofessional looking site.
plus, the fonts for your FAQ page are to crazy also, too big of a font for that much text.