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    Senior Member N.I.M.'s Avatar
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    New Interactive Media

    Hi everyone,

    I've been working building an descent online portfolio for some time now. My original portfolio is on the front page (NIM V.3) which is all flash. However I could never market that site and get the traffic I needed, so now I've developed this current version using css with web standards, trying to make it as easy to navigate, read, and download as possible. Anyway, I'm just looking for some opinions on the concept behind the site, what you guys think of it?

    New Interactive Media

    Thanks in Advance,
    Josh
    http://www.newinteractivemedia.com

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    the JesterTerrestrial Himself stumpy's Avatar
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    Looks great man...nice and clean well organized...not to mention that it is for helping the new media community...great work man...keep at it.

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    The kerning for the article titles looks a tad too squished, but the rest of the site looks cool!
    -VC

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    Nothing but Neat Clean and KOOL

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    I'm with Chapter19 and also fix the kerning in your logo.

    the boarder of the header image should line up with the edge of the side panels.
    It must be obvious day at camp stupid

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    Simple little site, with a clean look. But i think you can avoid that times new roman for gods sake from your titles of articles. That gives a amatuerish look for your site..according to me...

    And the table on both sides need some border or else they seem to be orphaned out with reference to the plain edge of the page. I suggest a 1 px <td> on the tables on either sides..just to differentiate it and make it crisp...

    or else you can just leave that tables without borders and make the tabels stretch to the edges so that they come in contact with the either edges of the page.

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    thanks for all of the reply's,

    mystic, i'm taking your advice about the titles and side panel tables, at first i had 2 columns, but now with 3, the large headings do look kinda amaturish in a way.

    sk8Krog, the header is a bit to short in width, i'll either make it a little longer, or see if i can't take some width out of the body giving the side panels more room on the side.

    and i'll see if i can't fix the kerning on the article titles as well chapter19.

    regards,
    josh
    http://www.newinteractivemedia.com

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    very nice site. tidy, simple, no gimmicks.

    good stuff.

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    Hope you turn up with a very gud professional layout...
    All the best.

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    Very nice, consistent, neat, and easy to use. Good job!

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    nice and simple.
    10/10!

    Coming Sooooon!!!
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