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Apr 06, 2014 04:10 |  #1

Would like peoples thoughts positive or negative. Thanks for the time to look.

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Apr 06, 2014 09:53 |  #2

I like the size of the font, and the layout as a whole. It's easy to navigate and everything is placed pretty intuitively. The pictures are quite nice too! As for negative thoughts; I find the orange and red lines are too bright and distracting, and I think your font would look better if it was a shade or two lighter.




  
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Apr 06, 2014 12:39 |  #3

cjef wrote in post #16813355 (external link)
I like the size of the font, and the layout as a whole. It's easy to navigate and everything is placed pretty intuitively. The pictures are quite nice too! As for negative thoughts; I find the orange and red lines are too bright and distracting, and I think your font would look better if it was a shade or two lighter.

Agreed with this^^^. Reverse the "brightness of the lines with the font. Otherwise, nice set up- and great looking shots. Oh, the contact tab seemed to be covered up by the pics - may just be a browser issue on my end - vieweed using Chrome. Nice job man.


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Apr 07, 2014 00:22 |  #4

Agree, nice site.

And your portrait gallery has some outstanding work in it. Very nice job all around.


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Apr 07, 2014 04:19 |  #5

I like the site overall, just one comment. You offering Product Photography as one of your services, it would have been nice to have a pack shot gallery




  
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Apr 07, 2014 10:11 |  #6

Thanks for all the comments. Its a good idea regarding the products page. Some more work is needed there.




  
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Apr 08, 2014 02:32 |  #7

Would like to see one of the great portrait shots to start offf the slide show the speedometer on I wasent feeling to hire someone. Other pics are great site looks big I guess like they said the text couls be smaller.


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Apr 10, 2014 10:57 |  #8

Unless I'm missing something I don't think anyone said the text could be smaller. I'd suggest keeping the text big because it makes your site that much easier to navigate. Small text drives me crazy!




  
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Apr 10, 2014 11:02 |  #9

cjef wrote in post #16823742 (external link)
Unless I'm missing something I don't think anyone said the text could be smaller. I'd suggest keeping the text big because it makes your site that much easier to navigate. Small text drives me crazy!

Ditto this^^^Font looks good - just needs to "pop" from the page a little bit more.


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