As I begun to start my webpage some of the first problems I encountered was the colour in which the webpage should be and what font to use. Previously before I started the webpage one of my peers thought about using an italic font or handwriting to start to make it look a bit informal but all the fonts that I was looking at did not seem to reflect this.
After talking to the rest of my group we decided on a different font that was still like handwriting but reflected an informal and personal stamp on the webpage.
We then decided to move onto the colour of the background and what it would look like, we tried a lighter grey and we also tried an off white grey but these colours did not work as It didn’t compliment the logo.
After making all the decisions and playing with the colours we had finally decided on a plain white background as it really emphasises the logo.
We was really happy with the way the front page turned out and made the logo really large so the user would know exactly where it was.
Receiving feedback throughout this process prevented me from making wrong decisions and generally giving up and sticking to a font that would not go with the webpage.
Once I had the front page done following with the rest of the pages got a lot more easier.