Posted 07 April 2006 - 02:30 AM
Posted 07 April 2006 - 11:22 AM
Posted 07 April 2006 - 12:52 PM
I can't stop you from doing something silly, but at least I can help you do it right.
Posted 12 April 2006 - 05:02 PM
two things that struck me...
1) your gradients on the left and right hand sides; they feel like they should be connecting to the top and bottom of the page. It just has a very abrupt end that doesn't feel right, at least to me.
2) your porfolio section. They thumbnail pictures, well I don't have to go into the big pictures to figure out what is in them. I would suggest making them slightly smaller and your large scale pictures no larger than 300-400 pixels high (if you plan on making this viewable at an 800x600 resolution).
Well those are the immediate things that pop out at me.
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Posted 12 April 2006 - 05:46 PM
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Even if you make no other changes, for heaven's sake clean up your code.
The 'swoosh' in the header isn't very well formed, particularly on the right. The concept is fine; the execution is poor.
I'd throw away the image rollover menu and use a straightforward CSS menu to get the same effect with a ton less code and 100% accessibility. In fact, I'd recode the whole site and validate the html. The layout is simple enough that you should have no trouble using an all-CSS, tableless design that will be easier to maintain, run faster, be accessible, etc.
The lack of content needs to be addressed. A portfolio that just throws up a bunch of images doesn't do very much in the way of promoting your abilities. At least, make the images that are from web designs link to the web site itself. Tell us about the logos and CD labels - were they commissioned or done for a friend, etc.
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