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09/11/2005 05:06:47 PM · #1
i would love some feedback/thoughts on my new website..

i am aware that one of the links is currently broken (figure out which one! :-p) and that the resume is not up yet...

im thinking of retooling it once again when i finish some of my upcoming projects and then seperating into not only general galleries, but also specific projects (as in, the homeless portraits do not necessarily make sense in their context... at least i think so..)

feedback, comments, critiques would be greatly appreciated...
09/11/2005 05:07:55 PM · #2
how about a clickable link?
09/11/2005 05:09:16 PM · #3
Nice site. You've got some incredibly nice stuff there. Keep it coming.
09/11/2005 05:09:27 PM · #4
heh.. ok .. thanks... honestly i didnt really know how to html tags...
thank you
09/11/2005 05:14:24 PM · #5
just check the 'automatically parse URL' box when creating a post
09/11/2005 05:15:28 PM · #6
Originally posted by soup:

just check the 'automatically parse URL' box when creating a post

good to know.. :) i guess thats kinda obvious..duh... i should pay more attention to things :-p

09/11/2005 05:30:17 PM · #7
what is the point of the splash screen?
09/11/2005 06:16:18 PM · #8
Originally posted by bledford:

what is the point of the splash screen?

hmmm... i dunno? i guess i thought it looks good...
09/11/2005 06:57:19 PM · #9
why in flash? i can't see anything that utilises it on ur site..

if you want the masses to view your site change it to HTML..

splash screens are a waste of time ;)

nice pics :D
09/11/2005 07:46:24 PM · #10
I agree that splash screens are BAD. I often won't go any further. I don't like your thumbnails, what's the point? They're too small and I can't tell what the picture is going to be. I won't have the patience to open each image up to see what it is, I'll give up early on without looking at many. The photos themselves are great, but the design is too minimal for me, and Flash is unnecessary for your site, it could easily be replicated with HTML with almost no differences. I don't see what advantage you have gained with Flash.
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