Which Design Is Better?

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We’re nowhere near finished with the design at CheepMonkey.com but we’re at a sticking point with style preference. Community help is needed. Simply view these and leave a comment as to whether you prefer (A) with no white background behind the text or (B) with the white background behind the text. A – without, B – with. Please indicate by leaving a comment below.

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Do you prefer A?

A - Without white background

Or do you prefer B?

B - With a white background.

Your input is valuable and as a gift of thanks please enjoy your pre-beta access to CheepMonkey.com by creating your account now.

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  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Leona-Sky/100002966344728 Leona Sky

    Definitely B

  • Richard Townsend

    “A” 

  • http://twitter.com/Heidihogurl Heidi Wagler

    A

  • http://twitter.com/chris_j_powell Chris Powell

    “A”

  • http://layanglicana.org/ Laurasykes

    ‘A’ – I promise you I made up my own mind before seeing the existing comments, but am gratified to see we are united. My reason would be that it is less ‘busy’ and allows you to concentrate on the text more easily

  • http://www.facebook.com/Wilson.Voight Russ Bronson

    B.  the white makes the text pop a little more, but the blue is a light enough shade that it’s not a distraction. hmmmm…staying with B.  The white clearly defines and sets apart the text space.

  • http://twitter.com/robertz Robert Zarywacz

    B makes the content stand out more for me.

  • Guest

    B – white is so much cleaner and easier to read on

  • Adam

    Like “A” better…… http://www.metromarks.com Explore cities faster

  • http://twitter.com/datafaucet Samuel Isaac Dealey

    B – it gives the eye a better foundation for scanning the page. 

  • http://twitter.com/StiBeshev S. Beshev

    A – 100%

  • Ralph Ott

    I like A

  • Harold Gardner

    A It is cleaner and less distracting.

  • http://www.multi-sources.fr Fibo

    I prefer B. As usual, white background gains more readabilty than color

  • http://twitter.com/SterlingDee Sterling Dee

    A!