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Portfolio of my works! Your Comment is greatly appreciated


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#1 kirkpng

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Posted 06 August 2004 - 08:26 AM

Name : kirk png tze yong (Singaporean)
Age : 29
Email : kirk@ureach.com
Homepage : http://www.kirkpng.com/
Portfolio : www.kirkpng.com housed my samples portfolios. Take time to view it.

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#2 taz_eat

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Posted 17 August 2004 - 09:31 AM

How do you scroll on the left frame? Me being experienced, I know you can hold down left click button and "select" the text below causing the browser to scroll... But there is no bar for normal people.

Next and Previous button look bland... I like the grey ---- around the stuff. I like how yours actually has quite a few pieces of work in your site rather than just one, that is always good. With a few navigation glitches like the scrolling and stuff that can be fixed, it's not too bad.
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#3 vidiotscreative

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Posted 17 August 2004 - 03:35 PM

Name : kirk png tze yong (Singaporean)
Age : 29
Email : kirk@ureach.com
Homepage : http://www.kirkpng.com/
Portfolio : www.kirkpng.com housed my samples portfolios. Take time to view it.

Kindly stated your comments.

Thank you very much


Some very nice work in your portfolio there.

The site displays your work upfront; first and foremost, which is what you are trying to accomplish there, and you do so nicely.

The only thing I would be careful about is; that the way your portfolio is structured is almost identical to the way the CreativeHotList site displays people's work.

It might just have been an engine you used, just want to be careful about getting that close to something in structure/content.



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