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    Made with Passion - Portfolio

    I'm a little nervous. But I've just finished my portfolio and was hoping you guys might take a look and give your ideas or feedback so i can make it better.

    Currently it looks best at 1440x900. any ideas on how i can make this smaller on low res screens?

    www.madewithpassion-design.com

    Thank you all.

    Kym

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    Made with Passion - Portfolio

    Check it guys...
    Last edited by cookingkym; 03-20-2009 at 04:38 PM.

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    Merged the two duplicate threads.

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    The website look good. But take quite a while for loading.

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    Really like the website, I have to agree with the comment about loading time though. Really like the buttons! How did you go about achieving that effect if you don't mind me asking?

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    It's a cool site, the only problem I notice is that the whole site flickers when clicking to turn pages.

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    great looking site though it takes me a whil to open it everytime. The first took almost too long. Consider having an alternative way of opening the page, or making it easier to open.

    The problem I have is that once I figure out that I have to open the page by click and dragging I keep losing the page and it shuts itself again. Also I can get all the way open but my mouse is off the hit area and it shuts anyways.

    Beautiful design though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cookingkym View Post
    I'm a little nervous. But I've just finished my portfolio and was hoping you guys might take a look and give your ideas or feedback so i can make it better.

    Currently it looks best at 1440x900. any ideas on how i can make this smaller on low res screens?

    www.madewithpassion-design.com

    Thank you all.

    Kym
    I like it, it is nice and simple, easy to use.
    I have a *tiny* problem with the domain, if I were you I would use www.madewithpassion.com, because it is shorter and easier to remember-- but that's just me being a annoying nit-picker.

    Page-flip sites are way over done, of course, but I'm not enough of a arse to start commenting on that.

    It is a solid, clean, very professional looking site. Good work.

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    A Clever Cherrry Indeed
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    Nice site mate, took an age to load (and I thought ours took a while but is pretty speedy in comparison)

    maybe look at loading the sections individually?

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    Load time wasn't bad for me. Maybe you could load some of the pages at run-time. seeing as how its unlikely that users would jump to the back of the book.
    Only problem I had was trying to learn how to turn the pages.

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    I liked it.

    Loading time was no problem for me, quite fast.

    When I clicked on the corners of the pages the whole book flickered on/off so there is a glitch somewhere in your code.

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