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    Hi there
    Ive just uploaded my personal portfolio to the web and I like my interface but would love to know what others thinks of it
    Theres still alot of content to be added but if you could have a look and email me what you think that would be fab

    email - contact@leeannwyllie.co.uk

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    Senior Member -chris-'s Avatar
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    The graphics aren't the best quality, and the font is hard to read in big chunks. There is no way to view a full site, or even an full sized image of the work that you have done.
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    Senior Member Karloff's Avatar
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    1st you need a doc type at the top of every page you have, whether is XHTML trans, strict or html trans/strict.

    the font looks nice, but starts to get anoying after a while, don't make ppl strain to read your site.

    i would add a contact form, check the tutorials here, there is a a good easy to use php form there (stop spamming and looks more professional)

    alsoo when you hover over the menu thang, the disc drop too much imo. i would think that it would look better if they only moved a wee bit.

    bbest of luck, good to see another scot

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    Senior Member solidgold's Avatar
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    Considering you've used flash for this site its very basic, you could have created the same effect with XHTML, CSS and Javascript.
    I'm presuming that you made all of the images for the site using photoshop or illustrator? they havent come across very well in flash.
    I seriously recommend making future sites using, as i mentioned before, CSS, XHTML and Javascript as apposed to Flash, for usability reasons.
    I also recommend that you scrap the strange buttons and make a larger version of the folder bit containing all of your content with the label bits as the links?
    just my opinion,
    best of luck,
    Solidgold

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    Senior Member -chris-'s Avatar
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    I'm not trying to seem mean or hateful, but the fact that your entire site is done in flash makes it that much worse. As solidgold said, you could have done the whole thing in CSS/(X)HTML, with better results, since the images would have been clearer.
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