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    digitalpulsestudios.net

    http://www.digitalpulsestudios.net

    Intro a bit long but there is a skip top left.

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    Intro was going nowhere. Skipped past it after 10 seconds of looking at a blurred image of the site. I don't think that the section title fonts match the site.

    Overall, not bad, but it does have a few things that I don't agree with.

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    Nice site, but a bit processor intensive at times. I thought the lighting effects were nice, however, the fonts didn't quite match the theme of the site. I'd give it a 7/10.
    Last edited by N.I.M.; 08-04-2004 at 02:50 PM.
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    OMG it would be so nice if they upped the frame rate so the effects didnt look so choppy.
    When you go in for a job interview, I think a good thing to ask is if they ever press charges.

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    Two thumbs up.
    Texturing is top notch.

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    techincally its not too bad. I mean they have skill in photoshop. Was pretty laggy, didn't get the whole intro bit.

    I can't help feeling however that the style was chosen simply because its the lastest trend in the flash community. With a name like Digital Pulse, I was expecting something much different. I think some of the best design studio sites have very neutral styles, which might be more successful at attracting a wider range of clients.

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