A *tiny* redesign

Oh dear. I seem to have redesigned the website. Now – if more is more calls for a price, I think I have already won. I know it is a lot of stuff going on here, but I just needed something happy and fun! I wonder how long I can stomach looking at this before changing back… Oh well, it is summer and fun in the sun after all!

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  1. Gitte says:

    Jeg ble litt overrasket da jeg logget meg inn på Bloglovin, «Sushibird-siden ser jo ikke sånn ut?», men så gjenkjente jeg cliparten. ^^ Jeg liker forandringen – masse farger og moro! : D

    • Sushi Bird says:

      Takk skal du ha… Følte jeg gikk litt over styr og stell her, men så tenkte jeg – søren heller – jeg kan jo bare endre det igjen dersom jeg ikke orker å se på alle fargene.

  2. Maja Piraja says:

    I love it, Miss Sushibird! It is so full of life! 😀

  3. Frk.Festli says:

    superfint! 🙂

  4. Marie says:

    Det ble kjempefint!!! 😀

    • Sushi Bird says:

      Tusen takk skal du ha… Det ble litt… mye, men jeg tror jeg liker det for øyeblikket 🙂

  5. Elsker fargene! Marte approves!

    • Sushi Bird says:

      Tusen takk skal du ha… Det ble plutselig veldig mye, men jeg tror jeg liker det nå om sommeren 🙂

  6. Maria says:

    Supersøtt! 🙂 Liker det veldig godt!

    • Sushi Bird says:

      Takk! Jeg var litt usikker på om alle leserene mine ville slutte å lese nå siden det så ut som noe hadde eksplodert på toppen her, men nå ble jeg glad 🙂

  7. Lady Netta says:

    Absolutt nydelig! Ja, det er mye som skjer, men det er veldig morsomt 😀

    • Sushi Bird says:

      Tusen takk. Jeg trengte noe morsomt og kjekt å se på, jeg var blitt litt lei av det forrigje designet.

  8. Samhain Moon says:

    O___O THIS NEW LAYOUT IS GORRGEOUS!!! I love the new header so much more!!

    Did you use any tutorials to aid you with the process?


    • Sushi Bird says:

      Thank you so much! To be honest I was a bit worried that my readers would flee the blog because of the explosion on top here, so it made me so happy to get some positive feedback 🙂 I really wasn’t sure if it was just in my head it looked cute, or if others could appriciate this as well.

      & I didn’t use any tutorials, I just took a screenshot of the site (old version), opened the screenshot in photoshop, cut the old design into layers, moved the parts where I wanted them, and then just designed the new background image and the header image on layers over the original screenshot (by tossing together the images). After that I made the old layers/images from the original screenshot invisible and saved the new layers I had tossed together as the background image. Then I made the layers for the logo on top, made the new background-image layers invisible and cropped the image to fit the logo, and saved the logo as png. After that I uploaded the images, and fixed the html and css in coda (that is a really awesome text-based editor for mac), and I was done. The entire thing from start to finish took me about 2 hours.

      I have never been good at working with visual editors, I prefer to just edit the html and css by hand, it is much faster for me.

  9. Maria says:

    This is fabulous! Very suitable for summer, I agree 😀 And I think you did a lovely job, as even though there are a LOT of stuff up there, it doesn’t look cluttered at all. Well done, girl 🙂

    • Sushi Bird says:

      Hoho, I take that as a great compliment when it comes from the fashion consultant! Thank you! I am not the most fashionable thing out there – sometimes the things I think look incredible, all the real fasionistas have told me that the things I like are big no-nos from time to time 😉 I was kind of thinking that with this design as well (it looks good in my head, other people see it as someone see it as a unicorn that has exploded). I really like people like galadarling.com and the like, people like that dare to be different, and I think that their amazing persona shine through so they can pull off the outrageous outfits they show of.

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