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Aug 19, 2005 16:12 |  #1

My wife (Nina) took the pictures, and I put it together. What do you think? Be truthful, as I hope to create a template to offere clients from it. Thanks guys!


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Aug 19, 2005 16:52 |  #2

i like the idea,IMO your eyes have to jump around to read the whole thing, with speak at the bottom.


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Aug 19, 2005 17:04 |  #3

Yeah, I agree. I think the shots are good and the idea works, just the layout needs a tweak. The font seems to suit the theme too. There is something else that's missing, but I can't put my finger on it. It's possibly just the layout, but despite the clean layout it seems to lack a certain something.

I'm going to stick with the layout as being the problem, or I'll drive myself insane.


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Aug 20, 2005 01:35 |  #4

Thanks for the input guys. It got me thinking, so let me know if you like this better. Also, do you like the blueish or B&W better. Thanks.


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Aug 20, 2005 04:49 |  #5

The new layout looks alot better! What a darling idea :) Nice job!

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Aug 20, 2005 05:30 |  #6

Yep, that works a lot better :)


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Aug 20, 2005 09:16 |  #7

Great! I am glad that you guys like it.


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