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    Senior Member kevind_2007's Avatar
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    What do ya'll think of my new web layout design? Also, what would be a good way of adding the title of my page "FLWD Web Development" to my header? Thanks for all the great opinions and suggestions guys! Of course, its not near done..

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    Senior Member Shani's Avatar
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    You still looking for feedback?

    The header doesn't work for me because it's too busy. It's a neat effect, but it's not very easy to look at. It will be especially hard to integrate any kind of text.

    If you want to keep that image, I would suggest using black instead of white, to reduce the contrast but maintain the effect. And, for rendering text, you will definitely have to lower the opacity.

    I have an eye for detail like you'd never believe.

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    Sorry but

    I disagree. I think it's a good banner, but a border is needed.
    For text on it, try putting a black drop shadow directly behind it (or outer glow)

    You need to work on the main content area - it's a bit dull IMO.

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    Senior Member Trico's Avatar
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    I don't think metallic screws look particularly fitting on what is otherwise a smooth plastic finish. If you were to contrast it to everyday objects you would probably find they'd be seamlessly moulded. Unless you're intentionaly trying to emulate an industrial/crafted feel avoid using screws/nails or other cheap fluff you may pick up from tutorials on interfaces.

    As for text, I can invision some form of thick white type with a black shdow to allow it to remain legible. However it would only look good if you managed to balance a certain amount of white into the rest of the layout.

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