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    Senior Member MYIWDesigns's Avatar
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    I'm thinking of redesigning my current website. The reason for this is because I need to improve some coding on the website to make it run and display better , maybe tone down the cyan color. But I was thinking of just resigning the whole thing.

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    As was I, but your site is totally fine the way it is. Actually, it's better than fine.
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    I tried opening the site in Firefox 6 and the site load perfectly. Perhaps you need to add Google+ icon or widget. This is the new trend. In overall, you need not to redesign it.
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    Really I don't need to redesign?, there's something that's just bugging me about it. Maybe it's me I've been staring at it for too long.

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    I don't think it needs a redesign at all. It looks very tidy, easy to navigate, easy to read and undestand. Is it a static site? Could think about CodeIgniter'ing it? ;D
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    it probably doesnt need much in terms of a redesign, but from my first impression, it felt like it was a little bit of content overload. perhaps simplify the content matter while maintaining the same layout for best results.

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    I have the same problem : seems like every time I do a site for a client, I get dissatisfied with my own and want to go fix it up. And if I'm between clients, I want to go fix it up! I had a prof at University who said "It's the artist's curse to never be satisfies, but always trying for a perfection only he can envision".

    Sometimes you just have to stop yourself, so I content myself with doing dummy sites for fun, for imaginary clients. And the added bonus is, if I ever get a client who is in the same business as one of my "practice" sites, I have a good mock-up ready to show.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ganners, post: 218813
    I don't think it needs a redesign at all. It looks very tidy, easy to navigate, easy to read and undestand. Is it a static site? Could think about CodeIgniter'ing it? ;D
    Will mostly like do that

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    The look is great. You should consider reducing the text a bit else it is all good !
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    I think i agree with the fact that there's too much text content. Think I will remove that.


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