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http://www.designsatu.com

Satu Jaakkola-Chiari is a Finnish fashion designer. She has two decades of experience with high-end fashion design in Italy.

This is a small promotional website for her latest collection.

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Greetings Fokke,

Thanks for posting this! Great work.

Viewing (at the moment) on iPad Safari, and the whole experience of the site is terriric. The large images work well to give an immersive feel to the whole site. Nice design for the slideshows of the "Collection" items.

Just a couple of very small comments: the text on individual "Collection" items has odd line breaks (see screen shot below). The slideshow is just a bit slow.

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Excellent work. The client should be appreciative of how well you present their works!

Thanks,

Matthew

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Very clear design and layout with style. Loads very fast.

May I ask what shopping module you are going to use

in the back end ?

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Thank you guys!

@Matthew Good catch. Perhaps I should decrease the font size a little on portrait tablet breakpoint. Those orphaned words look very goofy.

@pwired There's no shopping cart yet. 

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There's no shopping cart yet.

I've seen that. That's why I asked what shopping module (or cart)

you are going to use.

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Oh, sorry. Maybe I will try Apeisa's shop module. I'm not sure when this will happen, as it's possible these bags will never be sold via the website.

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Hi Fokke,

really great site. Very good presentation and modern design. Most I like the moving of the slideshow images on the homepage. Is this realized with a jQuery-Plugin only, or is this mainly a CSS3-animation/transition thing? (I'm not very familiar with this stuff)

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Hello horst and thank you for your feedback!

Animation is done with CSS transitions by animating opacity and scale. I wrote a simple jQuery plugin to handle animate-in and animate-out classes. Plugin is similar to Sequence.js.

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Maybe I will try Apeisa's shop module.

Yes Apeisa's shop module works very well but you need some coding experience

to make it output your needs.

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 Animation is done with CSS transitions by animating opacity and scale. I wrote a simple jQuery plugin to handle animate-in and animate-out classes. Plugin is similar to Sequence.js.

Thank you for the explanation and link to sequence-js. But I think sequence.js would be to much overhead for a little Ken-Burns effect. To write a own small script is a much better way :)

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