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Thread: codeblue v3

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    After I realized v2 wasn't exactly feasible I decided to do a more traditional design with lines and such. Yes I know it's red and the name is codebluestudios, but what can you do?

    The design is supposd to be right aligned, so resize or scroll your window or something so the image is.

    http://www.codebluestudios.com/design_v3.jpg

    This is an image. You won't belive the amount of posts I've had when I posted v2 (also an image) about how the navagation wasn't working.

    And yes, I realize that codeblue v1 isn't working at the moment.

    Anyways, please give me feedback, the time to change the design is now as its still just an image. Anything. Please. Don't make me become desperate!
    -GeZe

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    I dont know just the thought of a website being positioned on the right is wierd. I think if you got rid of alot of the black on the left and just left a reasonable margin (not huge but not hiarline thin) it would look much better but then wouldnt be right aligned but do you really need it to be right positioned or are you just trying something new?

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    It will be right positioned, I can not change that.

    But what about the actual design... any comments?

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    Ooo... That's smooth. I like it. The last right-aligned site I saw was in Arabic :-)

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    I like it, does seem to be abit too empty on the right like that.
    I also like the fact that its called code blue and theres no blue on it

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    You're probably going to want to do one of two things: make it wider or keep the content very to-the-point.
    It would make the design look bad if you have long scrolling pages because it would look like you didn't make adequate use of all the space provided.

    Looks good though. I'd like to see it in action.

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    misterphotoshop your 15!
    I am 14 !
    Go young people!
    Lol i'm 15 !

    I like the way it is positioned to the right, it kinda breaks traditions and for a portfolio i think that is cool. Just wondering what it would look like with some sort of image in the black space.

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    I uploaded a new version.

    I added a little logo thing next to the "codeblue" text on the side, to dress is up a little. And the transparent bar next to the black is gone. Now the transparent is only around the content, hopefully giving it some attention it lost when I put up the logo thingy.

    Does it look better this way?
    -GeZe

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    does it say Im 15 in my profile? Im 16 lol dont know how that happened.

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    wow.. I feel old

    my comment on v2 was: "when you're designing a layout for the web, you have to think about how you are going to implement it."

    guess you're never too old for I told ya so's

    my advice for v3 is - get to 80%, and just stop. Get something that you can live with (you don't have to like it), and start doing something else. 'Cause believe me, in a month or so the creative juices will start flowing again and you're not going to be happy with it anyways.

    get out there and start promoting yourself. Go to some businesses and ask if they need your services. Better yet, sign up for an internship at a design company and see how things work in the real world. Design is much less about "design" than business. You have to learn how to talk to clients, how to charge, how to keep records, etc etc. You can't do that if you're focused on making your portfolio pretty.

    good luck, and have fun

    Jack


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