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    critique my webdesign layout,please.

    critique my webdesign layout? critique my webdesign layout?thanks.what do you think? thanks.
    need your comments for me to learn a lot.

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    I keep telling you this, but you don't get it...asking us to critique a picture isn't asking us to critique a website. It's not the same. It's a picture. Code it, make it something practical as opposed to some generic useless template, and then we can help you a lot more than we can now.

    What you're doing is like asking us to critique art from 200 years ago and talk about what it means to us. It's highly subjective and in the end completely pointless other than in the minds of right-brained elitists.
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    It would be nice to see its functionality, more so than just a still image. But since this is all you have, then I guess I should critique it a little. The over all colors are fine and work together. Some of the graphics with the people aren't very impressive, and the layout itself looks fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fireproofgfx View Post
    It would be nice to see its functionality, more so than just a still image. But since this is all you have, then I guess I should critique it a little. The over all colors are fine and work together. Some of the graphics with the people aren't very impressive, and the layout itself looks fine.
    thanks, even its a little, worth advice from you

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    You're overdoing the stock images. It makes the whole thing look like that sleazy corporation trying to draw you in kinda look.

    The banner across the top is a bit underwhelming. It certainly doesn't have a corporate look to it. Take a look at some corporate style sites. You'll notice something. Colors are generally solid, or have a subtle, linear gradient to them. It looks sharper, more professional.

    I like that you're finally getting the "who we are and what we do" right up front where it should be.

    I don't know if it's the way you exported the image, or your color choices, but the colors are really dull. The scheme works together, but it makes me sleepy looking at it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ronald Roe View Post
    You're overdoing the stock images. It makes the whole thing look like that sleazy corporation trying to draw you in kinda look.

    The banner across the top is a bit underwhelming. It certainly doesn't have a corporate look to it. Take a look at some corporate style sites. You'll notice something. Colors are generally solid, or have a subtle, linear gradient to them. It looks sharper, more professional.

    I like that you're finally getting the "who we are and what we do" right up front where it should be.

    I don't know if it's the way you exported the image, or your color choices, but the colors are really dull. The scheme works together, but it makes me sleepy looking at it.
    this the updated one, stuck on weekend for doing this one



    advise again please.

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    I'm going to piggyback on Ronald Roe's comment: cheesy stock photos are bad.

    They might have been okay maybe 7 years ago, but I feel that they're becoming so recognizable and cliche that it turns people off. Not only are they sometimes a little ridiculous, but they make people wonder: "is this business legitimate? if so, why don't they post their own employees instead of fake stock photo ones?"

    I think you should either get photos of the people or just use something else.

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    He won't do that, though. He's working for one of those clueless companies that only sell templates to equally clueless people who don't think that "hey, I might need to replace the smiling happy person picture that came with this template with a picture that actually represents my business."

    This is the whole problem I have with the "post a picture for review" thing...it demonstrates no ability to apply knowledge.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ronald Roe View Post
    You're overdoing the stock images. It makes the whole thing look like that sleazy corporation trying to draw you in kinda look.

    The banner across the top is a bit underwhelming. It certainly doesn't have a corporate look to it. Take a look at some corporate style sites. You'll notice something. Colors are generally solid, or have a subtle, linear gradient to them. It looks sharper, more professional.

    I like that you're finally getting the "who we are and what we do" right up front where it should be.

    I don't know if it's the way you exported the image, or your color choices, but the colors are really dull. The scheme works together, but it makes me sleepy looking at it.

    hey, sorry for disturbing but could you give some advice for this one agai, i really appreciate for your help. Its a design phase for now



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