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Thread: Portfolio site for review

  1. #1
    Junior Member
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    Oct 2004

    Portfolio site for review

    Really respect everyones opinion on here, still needs some work, but any feedback would be great

    0732.co.uk <- My Company

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    Jun 2001
    Tampa, Fl.
    Beautiful !!

  3. #3
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    Apr 2006
    I like it. Looks nice.

    The only thing I would say is that maybe the vertical navigation bars should have the text aligned to the top of the bar rather than the bottom. That way the mouse arrow wouldn't get in the way when you roll over them. Assuming of course everyone else points at them from the bottom of the bar like i do rather than the top.

    Also I'm not sure if you really need the continuous animation in the top left corner or the continous fade away/ripple effect of the navigation on rollover. In my opinion just one ripple or fade away would suffice. But then again, I'm a bit of a minimalist.

    Anyway we obviously share the same taste in colors (www.mawoosh.com).
    gotoAndLink("your site") at www.mawoosh.com

  4. #4
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    Oct 2004
    good points mawooshen, I did originally have the nav text at the top but i didnt sit as well. the little animation will be changed regularly (client work permitting!!!) as i cant make up my mind what i want.
    thaks for the comments guys
    0732.co.uk <- My Company

  5. #5
    jimmy bob
    Join Date
    Mar 2006
    Nice, clean site. Loads quick and very clear to navigate. Maybe introduce the orange colour a bit more (rather just rollOvers) as it can look quite grey at times. And another small point - I first thought it said 'THREAD' rather than 'THREE D', perhaps title it 3D as once you go in the section it's title 3D anyway. I suspect you did this because it looked too small so don't worry I'm just being picky.
    Overall really nice, good work.

    ps You could always use CSS to illustrate the dotted/dashed lines

    <title>dashed line</title>
    <style type="text/css">
    .dline200 {border-top:1px dashed #ABABAB; width:300px;}
    /* Grey dashed line 
    // Use different widths for the different areas 
    // and you can add padding to space things out a little. */
    <div class="dline200"></div>

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