I showed the site to some associates as an example of escaping the boxy look often associated with modern frameworks such as bootstrap.
To my surprise it provoked a discussion not so much about that subject but about SEO and in particular the heavy download payload for the site. In particular what was considered a good design had a very light payload and the heavy download of this site was considered a problem.
I think the full payload of this site is about 11MB. 6MB of that is the soundtrack, 1.5MB is the background.
I think the payload is something that needs to be considered.
From a design perspective I’m assuming this is a work in progress and the site is incomplete.
Is there a particular reason for the aqua theme of the graphics?
One of my associates asked how these graphics contribute to driving people to engage with the studio besides being a graphic/artistic statement in themselves. Their point was that while being a design studio show-casing skills, the ultimate aim is to attract new customers, so it’s not so clear how the aqua them will fit with that.
It provoked quite an interesting discussion!