tyHANDLL got their new web page design by running a design contest:
Left vs. Right political page that shows social posts down each side
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Simple political website showing Tweets and Instagram posts from liberal opinions on the left and conservative opinions on the right side of the page. Will need to work on mobile and desktop. I have all of the content that will fill the page, need a good page structure and header.
The handll link shows the look of the cards that will fill the sides of the page. I'm thinking split down the middle for the content with a nice header for left vs. right. The domain I have is leftvsright.us
Single page with a nice header Left vs. Right
What to avoid
something political looking, lots of white letting the content cards speak but maybe some red/blue political look in the header/logo
Every design category has flexible pricing for all budgets. Web page design starts at €549.
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