After gathering your feedback and doing some research, I have spent some time working on the design for the site, and I am excited to share the result. Hope you like it, and I look forward to your feedback!
Spanish language site design
Based on some of the feedback and ideas shared by you all, I wanted the design to have an old-style feel to it while keeping it fun. The use of a serif typeface (Baskerville), together with the use of old handwritten texts from Spanish books in the background, help achieve this old-style feel. The artwork on the top right is a simple detail to add a bit of fun and more personality to the site, but also represent unique symbols of the Spanish language such as the ñ or exclamation marks (¡).
I decided to further follow feedback on colors and made a warm palette of reds and oranges. The color in the background is representative of the tones found in older pages of books.
The logo was kept simple with the use of an old-style typeface that dates back to around the 1750s.
We hope you enjoy this design, but if something doesn’t feel right, now is your chance to share your feedback. This window for feedback will be open for one week. We will then work to incorporate feedback as best as we can, finalize things on our end, and lastly, deliver the design to your site.