Mar 1 Posted 4 years ago
Sorry for the delay in getting back to you. We thought this might be the layout, but we were a little wrong. they moved the custom tabs to a whole different page, which we were shocked to see. What do you think of the new design they released?
Feb 27 Posted 4 years ago
What do you think they will do with the cover image in this case?
You currently have ~120px to the top of a custom tab from the top of your browser window. assuming you are designing for a 600px page fold, you have ~480px above fold with the traditional layout. With a cover photo, and taking away the contact info (assumptions from a personal timeline) you are taking up ~350 - 380px leaving only 220-250px of retail space with a cover photo.
is the extra width the lost height?
I am just curious what other's thoughts are on this?
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