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    Interior design

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    too much white but very neat and clean..

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    thank you

    Thank you for your opinion
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    i don't think there is too much white...looks great. try telling google too much white, it worked for them.

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    too much white

    Thank you, and good LUCK!
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    That’s slick I like white sites I did mine mainly white as well, do it with pride a lot of people have a hard time pulling off a white sites.

    Getting down to it this is a pitiful use of flash and could be remade in css and xhtml down to the transitions with little effort... Not sure if those css filters would work cross browser though, but still. You might not be knowledgeable enough in css to pull it off or you might like the fact that its easier to guaranty that your site will look the same in all browser. It really doesnt matter what you use as long as it looks good in the end right

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    Thank you for your opinion. I know very well what could be achieved with css and xhtml. But this site is 100% dinamic and it was easier for my clients to upgrade the information with xml without data base. Good luck to you!
    yohannes

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    OOOO skilll

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    Very nice. You have a few grammatical errors, though, especially in the "Team" section.

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    i don't think this was a pitiful use of flash at all. I like the subtle color change when switching between sections, this is a trick that could never be pulled off with html/css.
    i prefer that flash sites not hit you over the head with too many obvious or overdone tricks.

    this site is slick, fix the typos and your ready to go.

    great job.
    the higher the climb, the better the view.

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    I like the site that you refer, but there's a need to be posted a lot o images so that visitors will enjoy surfing your site. By the way, you can try to consult interior designer. Try to check this out Bel air interior designer.

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    Not too much white. The site is very clean, colors look good. I like it.

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    Thank you

    Thank you for comment
    yohannes

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    yohannes artini

    Very clean and sophisticated site man.

    I'm also a fan of these kind of sites.

    My only thing is... although I suspect it was probably a design choice...

    I think this kind of site could have easilly been done with a couple of AJAX/DHTML widgets.

    None-the-less


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    I agree with nepzap, the site could have been done without Flash, and may have loaded a tiny, tinny, bit faster, but I think it works well either way. The Flash portions load fast, and I think there would be no problem even with people using *cough* 56k *cough* connections.


    --Aaron

    [EDIT]
    I just noticed. When you click on a portfolio item, and the item loads, it took me a while to realize that I had to click on "Portfolio" again to get back to the list. Maybe a "back to portfolio" button? The problem is that it looks like a header for the page, not a button.

    --Aaron
    Last edited by Adobemedia; 01-20-2009 at 05:54 PM.

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    Fast and clean the way i like sites nice job.

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