Looking for c&c on my website

Discussion in 'Personal and Professional Photography Websites' started by Punky, Aug 15, 2006.

  1. Punky

    Punky TPF Noob!

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    Just looking for some c&c on my website.. its been running for a while but would like some others point of views on what I can do to make it better.. I know some of the galleries need to be tweeked, but just looking for some feedback on what is good and what is bad with the layout, colors, content etc.
    Any feedback is greatly appricated!
     
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    Very nice! The layout is really easy to follow and I like the clean lines and lack of clutter. I was surprised to see the picture of the dragon figure on the front page of Galleries - my husband has the same one on his desk! In fact, I posted a picture of it in the critique gallery not too long ago. :)
     
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    wow nice :) Its actually my bf's dragon that he let me bring home with me for good luck on a plane trip, I really like it :) and thank you for the comments :D
     
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    You have some really nice photos, though I do have a few suggestions for improving your site design.

    1- Your navigation is inconsistent from the home page to the sub-pages (goes from vertical to horizontal). You should probably make it one or the other across all your pages.

    2. Your logo is very punkish, but then you use arial throughout the rest of the site. I would consider a font with a bit more style for the navigation buttons (keep it legible, but more interesting) that compliments the style of your header image and your photographs. You might also consider adding some color to the nav, either in the background or to the type itself, similar to what you did with your store. Arial is ok for your main text, though I might bump it down a point size or 2. Also consider Tahoma, one of my preferred web fonts :)

    3- Speaking of your store--its all black, while your site is all white. Again, I'd recommend consistency across everything, including the store.

    Hope that helps!
     

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