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Dec 26, 2008 22:34 |  #1

So, My parents got me a Livebooks EDU account for Christmas. I needed something to replace my Flickr. It's still pretty rough, but it's up.

URL will be www.Nickprophoto.com (external link) In about a day.

http://nickprophoto.de​luxe.livebooksedu.com/ (external link)

C&C appreciated!



  
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Dec 26, 2008 22:42 |  #2

Sorry, I didn't read the description of the forum below this one. Please move it there!



  
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Dec 29, 2008 12:49 |  #3

It'd be nice if your name had any form of aliasing. Other than that, it's a black background with sparse text, so it at least looks clean and vaguely professional. the bio/contact page looks like it was made in paint - use a font that aliases and try a 30-day trial of photoshop or the free and popular 'gimp' to create text.

ps. don't like the font or mixed capitalisation everywhere. I'd also say that as you're a fairly young chappie, if you want people to hire you then you may not want your pic on there if you feel it'll put people off.


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Dec 29, 2008 19:31 |  #4

Froggeh wrote in post #6963722 (external link)
It'd be nice if your name had any form of aliasing. Other than that, it's a black background with sparse text, so it at least looks clean and vaguely professional. the bio/contact page looks like it was made in paint - use a font that aliases and try a 30-day trial of photoshop or the free and popular 'gimp' to create text.

ps. don't like the font or mixed capitalisation everywhere. I'd also say that as you're a fairly young chappie, if you want people to hire you then you may not want your pic on there if you feel it'll put people off.


I do have photoshop cs. I originally created the logo at school which has CS2. I used Avalon. When I needed to edit it at home, my version of CS apparently does not have that font. I'm not sure what you mean by Alias....

You think so with my picture? I was really Leary to put it in originally.

Do you have any other suggestions?

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