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    Chemist
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    Feedback Needed: Portfolio Site

    Hey all!
    I just staged my portfolio site for the release on the new year. If you can take a look and provide any feedback that you might have, I would greatly appreciate it.

    http://stage.designchemist.com/

    Thanks,
    Zach

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    Nice.

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    I was wondering how you got a full screen and still kept the main center part from stretching.

    I do like the TV and I use and it loaded fast for me.
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    Loaded fast here too, and i also like the tv guy in the corner, small realistic things look great.
    I don't like the background, it's fuzzy in some parts, maybe it's overcompressed.
    Cool scroll on the right side.
    It was difficult for me to notice that the main navigation menu was in the bottom of the site.
    The logo is very small, you could make a section of the top bar bigger to increase the logo's size and break a bit the rect lines, like the sample attached. (tha's just a suggestion, it looks cool as it is)

    Great site.
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    That looks great! One thing though, the fade-outs for the email-yahoo-etc buttons at the top needs to be faster. When you move over them all, it looks weird. (Hope you get what I'm saying... )

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