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Thread: LoM Design

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    Please let me know of ways to make it better

    http://xlthosting.com/lom/lom1.gif

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    too cartoonish. But not "nice" cartoonish.
    Maybe all the letters are too big.
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    That's a lot of blue, and this is coming from someone who loves blue. The banner is very boring. Three letters in an extremely plain font, and then just...blue. Also, you shouldn't plan on all of your text being in a unique font like you have. You're going to have to use a web standard font (Verdana, Courier, Times New Roman, etc). If you really want to use those specific fonts, you'll have to make your entire site using just images, which is not recommended at all.

    Also, I'd ditch the white outline you have on the text. I think it would look better w/o it.

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    Better than your first but:

    - Text is much too large
    - Navigation could use some more attention
    - Whole site would benefit from some graphical skinning
    - 'LoM' text looks better, but something in the background of that header will spruce up the page

    Keep it up, you'll soon have a great site!

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    The content text will be regular size when I'm done.

    Navigation - what should I do to it?

    -Graphical skinning? What do you mean?

    -I'm going to play around with the header tommorow.

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    The borders on all of the boxes, while not large by themselves, seem to be pretty large when you see 7 borders so close to each other. The site seems to have all of these different elements (boxes) just stuck on the page, floating there independent of each other. Also, I assume when this is sliced up, the boxes on the right side will line up with the right edge of your banner. Keep up the good work, keep postin'.

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    Yes, my photoshop skills are still going up, so it will look better sliced than it does now, and yes it will line up on the right.

    What should I do about the "floating" thing? Put some kind of lines between them?

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    make them inside one big table, with a soft coloured background and then put each one in its own box - that way theyll all look grouped.
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    What kind of soft colored background, very very light blue?


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