February 11, 2010 in Web Design Critique

Web Design Critique: Juliette Pochin


pochin-blog-designThis weeks web design critique is for the domestic diva and  Opera Singer Juliette Pochin, designed by Designbit, the design replicates the visuals of Juliette’s album, a high contrast color scheme of passionate reds and the metaphor of a piece of paper to represent the written word. Lets Discuss.


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4 Responses to Web Design Critique: Juliette Pochin

  1. The metaphor of a piece of paper has been done to death, but I think on a bright background color, not pretending to be a desk, its original and works.

  2. Wow – really love the latest design. The fragility of the pencil lines contrast well with the stockiness of the image and block colour. When it first crossed my eyes I couldn’t help but be reminded of some of David Hockney’s pencil works.

    As a brand, it chimes perfectly with the classical style of music your client embraces.

    Top stuff.

  3. Dee

    It’s plain, no concept at all. The font selection is weak. There is really nothing to look at. Reminds me of a free rigid Joomla template.

  4. Richard

    Have to agree with Dee. Looks like a free WP template to me.

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