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A web­site that takes de­sign cues from the Sub­lime Text ed­i­tor, so coders feel at home

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The <hy­per­link> Bris­tol Web De­signer Meetup is a monthly even­ing event for the dig­i­tal and creative com­mu­nity in Bris­tol, com­bin­ing talks with the op­por­tu­nity to meet, net­work and chat with like-minded peo­ple.

The de­sign, colour pal­ette and choice of font have all been in­spired by the code ed­i­tor we use at Bop­gun: Sub­lime Text. I used this to ap­peal to de­sign­ers and coders alike. Adopt­ing a structured ap­proach (just like lines of code) to make the main in­for­ma­tion stand out, I have com­ple­mented this with con­trast­ing fluid shapes that slowly flow in the back­ground.

Be­low the ti­tle are icons show­ing key in­for­ma­tion, in­clud­ing time, ticket price and the main speaker for that event. The call to ac­tion, “Regis­ter”, is the only piece of in­for­ma­tion with a fluid shape and flows based on mouse move­ment within a 10px mar­gin con­tainer, sub­tly draw­ing users’ at­ten­tion to regis­ter for tick­ets.

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