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    Please give me some fedback or a review/comments on my site, usability, design etc.. anything that comes to mind.
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    Nice work. There are an actual variety of styles rather than the same style done fifteen different times over.

    CSS style change is a good idea. I would use style names rather than numbers -- this provides "information scent" to clue the user into what they'll get before they click. Style #1 does give a bit of an unfinished impression, once you flip through #2 and #3.

    All in all it shows some original thinking and good sense for different styles. ....Are you sure it's legal to demonstrate such things as a web design firm? It's rare enough that I thought basic design thinking was outlawed.

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    I really don't like the first one. Looks totally boring and the image doesn't say anything about what u do.

    I saw it and I was thinking....'No men?, No speaking? WTF?"

    Style 3 looks good. leave it at that and remove the other two.

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