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03/08/2008 06:46:31 AM · #1

www.talikimelman.com

Thank you :)

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03/08/2008 08:53:11 AM · #2
Tali,

Nice site, easy to navigate and some great work.

Clay
03/08/2008 08:58:47 AM · #3
looks good to me - except the images that initially load in the small window seem to be pretty pixelated from being sized down. that takes some of the punch away i think.

03/08/2008 09:03:18 AM · #4
Pretty cool method of handling the before/after. Nice work too!

03/08/2008 09:15:12 AM · #5
so cool, did you write the website yourself??? i love it
check mine out http://www.itchphoto.com
03/08/2008 10:35:03 AM · #6
Nice interface for a showcase site!! Personally I would nix the auto full screen and have it as an option... just a pet hate about people playing with the size position of my view port.
03/08/2008 10:41:45 AM · #7
i really like how you can drag the before/after line, but I agree w/ Robs, I think the full screen should be an option.
not having the thumbnails at the bottom when you looked at the full image also bothered me, but other than that its a great website!
03/08/2008 11:21:39 AM · #8
wow! thank you for all the comments. I didn't write the website myself these two amazing guys did it for me kbz-tadeo. They are great so you should consider them if you want a website made. Prices for web development in my country are quite inexpensive when compared to US prices so keep them in mind.
This also applies to retouching in case you ever need one :)

Thanks again everybody
03/08/2008 11:44:44 AM · #9
Hi,
great site, easy navigation, fast load and nice photos, but you don't have a web site optimized (SEO). You need someone to either help you to write the correct coding and meta tags or you can do it yourself if you now what I am talking about.
Martin
03/10/2008 07:00:44 AM · #10
Martin, I'm not sure what you mean with that (SEO), can you explain a little further? Thanks!
Tali
03/11/2008 02:08:08 AM · #11
Hi Tali,
I sent you an email. Have you received it?
Martin
03/11/2008 02:16:58 AM · #12
Originally posted by Claya:

Tali,

Nice / IMPRESSIVE site, easy to navigate and some great / AWESOME work.

Clay

Yeah, I'd have to echo that too! Congrats on a job well working, (I don't want to say well done because it's always a work in progress)!! -BB
03/13/2008 12:56:55 AM · #13
Hi Tali,
here is the link for you if you would like to have it done proffesionaly. http://www.elance.com/home?rid=107JT
For everyone else it is The breadth and scope of work at Elance is amazing - you can work in or post projects in dozens of categories, including Web & Programming, Multimedia & Design, Writing & Translation, Admin Support, Sales & Marketing and more.

I'm using Elance now, and think you should check it out. Best of all, it's free to try Elance. You can go to Elance register and post a job you have. It is free to post jobs, create account, etc. and you will receive bids from all around the world. It is simply amazing.

I used it a few times and I got some incredible deals.
Martin
03/13/2008 03:13:51 AM · #14
fast load, i like that auto full screen, it locks you out of your computer (unless you know how to get back in) and makes you look at the site, very catchy, and the before and after thing, i really want to know how you did that, cause that drag bar thing is sweet and would do me wonders in a portfolio to get a job at a local studio. i give it 3 thumbs up awsome work
03/13/2008 03:44:19 AM · #15
Great side - love the ability to be able to see the before and after - added to my bookmarks :o)
03/14/2008 06:34:47 AM · #16
Jimbo, I didn't write my own website. You can hire www.kbz-tadeo.com to write one for you with the slider to show the before and after. :)
02/13/2010 01:25:29 AM · #17
Great work. Keep it up. Navigation is very easy and conveying through the images from the first sight itself is very good idea. I liked it.
02/23/2010 04:49:40 AM · #18
killer site!

the only thing i'd suggest is putting in a 'call to action'. you get your visitor's attention and your site has plenty of supporting evidence that you can get the job done. just a simple "let's talk" link to a page that urges visitors to take the next step.

Originally posted by talikf:

www.talikimelman.com

Thank you :)

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love the imagery; you REALLY have a knack!

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