Posted 14 June 2005 - 10:48 AM
Everything works good as it should be, didn't found coding errors in a quick view.
Though, I have some critisicm.
The font used on the right. Capitals, bleh. Plus it seemed somewhat blurry, perhaps because of the computer im on now, but doubt it.
I don't enjoy reading stuff at the site. Should make it easy, better to read.
The pixelfont used by news would be better.
The effects in the center of your site... bit standard I think, plus they don't really add to the mood of the site. It's there, but if it wasn't there it would be good too. Try to enhance it more, more eye candy in the site itself. It's quite gray and boring to me.
In general the site is nice and one can surf it good.
But to make the visitor enjoy his/her stay... enhance it, optimize it.
tip: might want to stop site music once they click something in your portfolio. If I see another project and still hear the same loop... dunno, just dont like it.
Posted 14 June 2005 - 11:35 AM
I know the font isn't the best, so I changed it. (still not happy with this one eighter)
The music can be stoped by draging the volume to 0 .
I think the middle animation is ok, so i'll leave it like so.
Also I changed the background, i made it a bit darker.
Posted 14 June 2005 - 01:40 PM
The font (arial black?) is better I think.
Still think the site is somewhat boring though... just my humble opinion...
Posted 14 June 2005 - 02:32 PM
I like the idea you're changing your site often... keeps it new and exciting... but the downside is that you're not recognisible... (wauw spelling is sh*tty today, sorry peeps).
Posted 14 June 2005 - 02:46 PM
The reason why i didn't make the borders of the metal sharp or smooth is because I allways look to be somehow original, to shock with a new ideea, and I tought that some melted broken metal edges will do fine. That's my opinion.
Again thanks for the comments, I look forward to get some more
Posted 12 July 2005 - 05:32 PM
The only other thing I would mention, is that it is always nice to view the portfolio without have to click each link to open something new. A potential client is not going to want to do that.
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