Posted 22 October 2004 - 11:48 AM
My portfolio page is up containing website design, corporate identity design and so on. It's not all my work yet and it's not completely finished as well, but iam in need of some professional opinions.
tell me what you think so far and if everything is working for you.
* everything WAS w3c valid untill i got complaints that the so called w3c valid flash code isn't properly working in a lot of browsers
Posted 22 October 2004 - 05:32 PM
More reviews are always welcome
Posted 18 November 2004 - 10:40 PM
cons: I think there's really too much text for me, make harder to find what i really want to see. Even it's quite nice it's too "un-personal" for me, like a lake of identity.
Our little Montreal website design company
Posted 18 December 2004 - 11:12 PM
The Header/nav look really sweet and slick...Altough i find the rest of the website is too cluttered with too much text to be a portfolio website.
On a positive not, going by the graphical bits in the layout i reckon you could easily design something much smaller, cleaner and classier.
At the end of the day its all about potential clients. When they visit your site they will probably get bogged down with too much info. They need something quick, easy and appealing.
Keep it up.
Posted 31 January 2005 - 10:20 PM
IC3D: If geting your Flash to validate is important to you, then you might like to read this article on the subject http://www.alistapar...les/flashsatay/
Posted 31 January 2005 - 11:04 PM
I really love the colors the red/blue works very nicely and looks professional. For the front page, as soon as you scroll down it looses something. I don't want to see the company overview, vision, design process and portfolio on this page --too much text, no one is going to read it. I would just give a very short blurb about the company or take that out completely and put it somewhere else in the site.
Also, my biggest complaint is the text issue --there is way too much of it everywhere in the site. Take some out, shorten up things--tighten it--just give us what we need to know. After that find ways to break things into sections...you already do this a little but make it more clear. If you are going to put things in a numbered list, double space between the numbers and make the numbers stand out. Design the text as well as the graphics...how things are organized can really make a difference on whether people read it or not.
As for the site being impersonal or more like a webhosting site, I can see what everyone is saying. At the same time, whether this is a good or bad thing really depends on your audience. If you are trying to get more corporate accounts rather then small business types this might be a good thing. Overall I think the site is designed very well, you just need to clean it up a bit and take out the unnecessary elements. Good luck!
Posted 01 February 2005 - 04:44 AM
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