Tanya Merone

tanya merone

(15) Posted by Alex Giron on Dec 6, 2006


GravatarOn December 6, 2006 1:45 PM Martin Ringlein said:

I've seen her site popping up everywhere and I love it. This is a great design -- smart, simple, elegant and well-formed.

Nice one.

GravatarOn December 6, 2006 2:39 PM Kacie said:

I really like this site. One thing stuck out though is that the design reminds me alot of the Joomla! homepage and interface.

GravatarOn December 6, 2006 4:49 PM Elliot said:

This site is well crafted on all fronts. There is a real attention to detail in both the design and the code.

The web's sense of style is pretty testosterone dominated at this point. There’s a whole range or gorgeous, more feminine color schemes that you just don't see online, and I'm pleased that sites like this and Amy Hoy's Slash 7 are bringing these out. It’s refreshing.

On the implementation side, I like how the subsection banners hang over the fixed background. Each banner tip has a chunk of the background that doesn’t match the page background, however, the implementation of it is done so well that your eye doesn’t catch the non-matching parts as you scroll. Great effect, and nicely implemented.

The only slightly negative thing I can see is that the navbar could be a little more “bullet proof”. If you go up a font size, one of the nav items ends up wrapping. Other than that, great job!

GravatarOn December 7, 2006 5:40 PM tonza said:

I love the design and even the designer is very beautiful.

Especially I liked the color-scheme.

GravatarOn December 8, 2006 11:47 AM Petey said:

neat design. the text flows perfectly and draws you in. it sells itself very well.

lovely little site.

GravatarOn December 8, 2006 3:19 PM Ken said:

Crikey. Talent AND good looks. Some girls just have it all!

GravatarOn December 8, 2006 8:06 PM Sam S said:

Great almost flawless site. The only draw back I see is that its a single page.

I think that navigation handles text resizing well since the images used work with text size increases (well the goodies etc don't when you go supa size'd)

well put together, solid and very well thought out

GravatarOn December 9, 2006 3:58 AM Chris Huff said:

Looks good to me!

GravatarOn December 13, 2006 11:35 PM danny said:

Great site! Refreshing to see a softer, more feminine color palette.
The section banners hanging outside of the content is a very nice touch.

Great work

GravatarOn December 18, 2006 6:52 PM chris said:

Average and not particularly original.

GravatarOn January 10, 2007 10:36 PM Jermayn Parker said:

Yes the colours are nice and the scroll over the background is a nice feature but apart from that. What is so excellent about this? If you look closely you will see a few minor but equally important flaws.

Text resizing on menu and the content on the one page are issues. I would also add that when you click on her sites that she has created, all you get is an image and no actual web page to look at. I would rather a website than an image...

GravatarOn October 24, 2007 9:05 AM fanboy said:

All content on one page is an insane idea, but handled very well... although not as well as Jeremy Boles. The site is very clean and colourful and pleasing on the eye. I like it.

GravatarOn April 25, 2008 4:57 PM Webdesign Hamburg said:

I really like this design. Well done!

GravatarOn May 18, 2008 1:46 PM Chris said:

Great work - the design is unique - colour- and typography stile is in the right balance. Keep rocking on...


GravatarOn November 19, 2008 10:09 AM Daniel C. said:

What a brilliant domain for this topic.
cssbeauty, fantastic choice.

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