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    Please take a look at two sites that I have designed: and Please tell me if they work good in your browsers and give any critique that you have.


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    11940 was a refreshing change. Informative. Aesthetic excellence, fully in service to communication goals -- not a pointless display of photoshop skills. The Featured Project page was a little skimpy on human factors, but essentially hits the right points to communicate the firm's strong points.

    I wish was like the architectural firm site. It just misses every opportunity to stand apart from the information poor web design firms out there.

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    As an aside, welcome to the forums here; I recognize you from the TiVo Community Forums...unless you're a different person with the same name, in which case just ignore my ramblings.
    • Gildner Maddox: Generally good, although the ghost of a blueprint on the background looks distracting to me. Some rollovers on the top nav would be good (maybe a glow effect like the current mouseover on the logo).
    • Klar Design: In Firefox, the button of the page is truncated.
    Also, both sites are tabular hell. I also noticed some of the normally crappy Javascript code that Dreamweaver generates. You'll find designing can be far less of a pain, although obviously there's an initial learning curve, if you write the code instead using XHTML and CSS, and pretty much never go into Dreamweaver's Design view.

    Tables are pretty much limited to late 90s/2000 design. Everything from then-on should be CSS-based where the (X)HTML describes the content and the structure, not its layout or appearance--this is known as semantic design.
    filburt1, Web Design founder
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