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Neoweb4u|Hey there design champions! That is the third episode of Design Rooster Rooster, the graphic design competitors. As we speak, Andy and Robin have been each tasked …

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  1. Kind of cool to read but Robin Goens to the same college group as me just a different city and campus. But realy cool to zee someone from Belgium joining the competion. I study visual design so watching these video's are awesome inspiration and just incredibly fun 😁😁

  2. Object>pattern>make and you can design swatch patterns

  3. Robin's design direction was good but was too bulky for a desktop version and didn't took advantage of the spacing unlike Andy.

  4. robins website was overall really good but that lettering font in the beginning threw me of…maybe a bit too playful (kinda gives me the chills like comic sans)

  5. Zimri it's a chicken foot and he did just made a pattern (object, pattern) out of it.

  6. No one, absolutely no one :

    Zimri's plant : VIBIIIIIIIIIN

  7. Andy she better but the only thing i not agree is use photoshop because illustrator enough to creativity

  8. i love the way how andy achieve the looks for the landing page. the continuity elements for the background is soooo smart. the color is not for me, but the design is really dope!

  9. The background pattern was of chicken/bird's feet.

  10. zero or hero? right now i'm a sidekick I would say hahaha!

  11. I like them both for different reasons. Not sure from either of them what the event is. Like Andy seems like a really high brow (and somewhat inaccessible to the every person) graphic design, while Robin's looks really young. Is it for young children then Robin all the way. Is it for graphic design graduates then Andy

  12. Robin has a typo on the sign up page

  13. You keep nonchalantly mentioning who won the last chicken chicken. Is there somewhere else that the winners are being announced?

  14. I'd defiantly sign up for Andy's website! some of colors are a bit too contrast-y (I prefer a chicken inspired palette :D) but in general good design and also great process.

  15. Doms was better like if you agree👍
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  16. It’s a chickens foot!!!!!!!!! How creative!! 6:40

  17. You should do your next YGR or something else in pages (the Mac equivalent of google docs) as a sort of challenge. You can make shapes choose colors and add shadows in pages

  18. i love my floating bar

  19. Why does andy's design/style look soo familiar???

  20. I feel the chicken feet in robin's one should have been pointed downwards cause you're going down the page

  21. 1. Illustration: Tie
    2. Sign-Up UI: Andy
    3. Overall Layout: Andy
    4. Creativity: Andy
    5. Effectiveness: Robin

    Andy's screams art & design and it's impressive, but legibility is super important and when I full screened his site, I still had to squint. The primary colors are a bold choice but contrast is sacrificed in the process with our text.

    Robin's simpler color palette and playful illustration gives off a bigger "School" vibe, like the kind of website I'd have to sign up for to do some exam for a class, and that fits more in line with the goal of the exercise. The choice in fonts was my biggest drawback, however; the brush script and rounded sans serif headings keep it from looking more professional.

    I'd choose Andy's to learn how to make things like whomever made their site. I'd choose Robin's because it meets what I expect to see from a school site. This is a great example too of how, beyond the art form, we have to meet the client's needs and demands, and that meeting the expectations of potential viewers can be just as effective as subverting them.

  22. Cool watching this when I know how to make this in HTML, CSS, and JavaScript….and frameworks.

  23. Not even a question. Absolutely the second guy.

  24. Andy did well, but his concept didn't fit the website idea. He didn't win for me personally whereas Robin made it a cuter concept with the chicken and it fit much more. I would however change the brush script on the first page as it's not very professional and doesn't fit

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