momono

momono

(8) Posted by Alex Giron on Jun 18, 2006

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GravatarOn June 19, 2006 8:29 AM Sam S said:

Nice design - but feels rather unfinished. The expanse of blank space can't be right can it. or has something gone awry in firefox??

GravatarOn June 19, 2006 10:14 AM Stamatis said:

Now that is quite an unusual layout! Nice! Pink - brown combination also nice!

GravatarOn June 19, 2006 11:20 AM Dominik Lenk said:

A very unusual layout indeed. It looks very nice on a smaller-normal screen, but as soon as you get a browser viewport that is wider than 1000px it looks a bit 'disrupted'. Maybe use a max-width property?
(Really like the work in the portfolio as well)

GravatarOn June 20, 2006 12:50 AM Sawyer said:

I agree with Dominik, I'm on 1600px with screen and the site looks HORRIBLE. Anyway, nice use of colors and graphics, their work is great too.

GravatarOn June 20, 2006 6:40 AM jenny said:

great looking site. i think it looks fine on 1600px width.

GravatarOn June 20, 2006 10:21 AM Cola said:

Pink and brown .. yum!I really like this design and the use of the right hand column.

GravatarOn July 11, 2006 2:08 AM David Crean said:

I like the colors, but I find the design is based on the idea of not containing alot of content. Without content, what use is having a website. The portfolio section displays very awkwardly in my opinion.

My other gripe is the lack of formatting in the source code. I prefer to see well-tabbed and distributed code, it's just so much easier to read.

Overall, it's an impressive attempt but I'd hate to see it if the author felt they had more to say.

GravatarOn July 15, 2006 12:50 AM rhythmcollision said:

Nice layout and color.
I guess this's layout is interesting. This gives me some inspiration.

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