Riddlescope

(9) Posted by Alex Giron on Jan 4, 2005

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GravatarOn January 4, 2005 10:56 AM steve said:

Hopefully he sticks to design, and someone else handles the writing...

"No matter whether you are considering your fist online appearance..."

"Your presentation in web is just click away"

"our main priority is to achieve modern and fancy look"

"that is why you need professionally designed and competitive website."

GravatarOn January 4, 2005 11:07 AM Rafa Garcia said:

Actually i can´t say this site is bad, because it´s not at all, but i find it very cold (in spite of all those reds). I find fonts and typographies quite similar, and it takes hard to fix this design with the kind of company that is representing...it´s a strange sensation, maybe personal. In the other hand, i like a lot the red background for the header....i thinkit would be better with different fonts.

GravatarOn January 4, 2005 7:07 PM jitendra said:

I liked the Menu Navigation. Great!

GravatarOn January 5, 2005 10:51 PM Preston said:

Fantastic; has a very clear layout with very well-designed CSS - definitely one of the best from CSS Beauty. Only one thing that keeps it from achieving masterpiece status: the gradients are distracting.

GravatarOn January 6, 2005 2:22 PM joachim said:

Rafa Garcia: did you not notice the "winter edition" ? ;) Maybe thats why you find it very cold :P

GravatarOn January 9, 2005 5:03 PM Prosto Design said:

I like the site. It's simple, yet very appealing. And the icons are very nice.
Though, I'm not sure that the usage of Flash for his portfolio was vital. Still, it's nice that he doesn't really stress it.

GravatarOn January 9, 2005 5:05 PM Prosto Design said:

P.S. It's weird that he doesn't have a link to the websites in his portfolio screenshots.

GravatarOn January 10, 2005 7:25 AM Leeroy said:

I really like this site, the colours work well and I like the way the portfolio is structured. The only grumble I have is when I view the home page with a larger font setting, the text overflows at the top of the page, only a slight grumble! (Viewed in Firefox 1.0).

GravatarOn January 11, 2005 6:23 PM Nat Bolton said:

"The only grumble I have is when I view the home page with a larger font setting, the text overflows at the top of the page, only a slight grumble!"
Agreed! Often the same people I see preaching about accessibility and standards go out and build sites like this. What is the point of allowing the visually impaired to increase the type size on your page if it becomes illegible when they do?!?!

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