Out of Comfort Zone gets a makeover

It’s been a while that I’m talking about the design of this blog. Five months ago, I was looking for a designer to create a personal design for this blog. As I’m back to the blog as my primary home on the Web, and that I closed all other blogs to focus on this one, this website is really important for me: this is why I invested time, and money in it.

This is with real excitement that I’m putting online the new theme of Out of Comfort Zone. As you can see, this design represents me well: colorful and expressive! It’s a combination of work from two Montreal company: TP1 for the design, and Kindo Communication for the integration of the mock-up. I asked TP1 to have a design that would be like me, and also by giving them some keywords like simplicity, clean and typography. The two things that Kindo Communication had to keep in mind were Web standard and responsive design.

As I’m blogging for myself first, the only customer I had in mind for this design was me, and I’m so happy with the result. I hope you’ll enjoy browsing on my site as much as I like it now! For sure, I have to update the content of some of my pages, and I’ll probably have to tweak some part of the UI, but I wasn’t able to wait anymore to put it online.

For me, this is a new start of my passion about blogging…

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  1. Perso, la page d’accueil me perd, j’y trouve rien, tout semble être dans le même pain visuel… Ceci étant dit, une fois dans une page autre (cet article par exemple), j’adoooore le tout.

    Meh, je peux pas être satisfait sur tout ! :)

    05/08/2012 01:38PM
    • Le but étant de te sortir de ta zone de confort, je crois qu’on a bien réussi! Merci pour le commentaire.

      05/08/2012 01:53PM
  2. Congrats, Fred! Love the vibe this site gives! Very jealous of your new digs. :)

    05/11/2012 08:29PM
    • Thanks Paul, I’m happy that you are jealous… oops… that you like it :)

      05/12/2012 09:27AM
  3. Très beau design. Comme Jean-Philippe, c’est un peu dur de trouver au début mais j’aime beaucoup. Simple, épuré avec une signature visuelle très particulière. Bravo.

    05/24/2012 02:22PM

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