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05/01/2006 03:25:16 PM · #1
hello all, i just began my carrier as a pro and i just finished my web page
please take a look any comments are welcome thanks!

//www.renefunk.com
05/01/2006 03:34:11 PM · #2
really different I like it, very nice simple and clean layout
05/01/2006 03:37:12 PM · #3
Originally posted by digitalpins:

really different I like it, very nice simple and clean layout

thanks!
any one else?
05/01/2006 03:49:06 PM · #4
Looking good, clean, simple and easy to find your way around
05/01/2006 03:52:02 PM · #5
Originally posted by MudHut:

Looking good, clean, simple and easy to find your way around

thanks!
05/01/2006 03:54:30 PM · #6
Too much white for my taste. I would prefer the borders to be darker

Mike
05/01/2006 04:05:29 PM · #7
I like the clean simple look, easy to navigate !!

Something I don't like :
Fonts for Contact, particularly the phone number are not easily readable..something that IMO should be.
05/01/2006 04:09:25 PM · #8
Looks good! I agree with everyone about the simplicity/easy to navigate. I also agree about the fonts on the contact page.

Nice work :)
05/01/2006 04:20:31 PM · #9
it's a nice clean site rene. The only things I would suggest from a professional (developer that is) p.o.v. is that the first two clicks to get into your site are counterproductive.
You could (maybe should) have your home page with a category thumbnail and label instead of just your name, then all the categories and then finally into your site. That way your product is only a click away from your home page and that's always a good thing.

Good color scheme and consistency. Not sure if I like the gallery frames but it's a personal thing.

**Edit to add following **
You need to decide if your gallery pages will be 2, 3 or 4 thumbs across and if you'll scroll vertical or horizontal. On most pages I had to do both.
Your bio page has nothing on it. As a general design rule, if you don't have any content on it, leave it out.
Still like it.

Message edited by author 2006-05-01 16:22:44.
05/01/2006 04:23:18 PM · #10
Originally posted by sdunsmoor:

it's a nice clean site rene. The only things I would suggest from a professional (developer that is) p.o.v. is that the first two clicks to get into your site are counterproductive.
You could (maybe should) have your home page with a category thumbnail and label instead of just your name, then all the categories and then finally into your site. That way your product is only a click away from your home page and that's always a good thing.

Good color scheme and consistency. Not sure if I like the gallery frames but it's a personal thing.


agree, nice clean look but too many clicks to see images and boring menu page. I think you could lose the menu page all together and go with a page with thumbnails and the top menu instead. If nothing else have your main page be like a little bio of you and maybe a random pictures script, then they click the gallery they want.
05/01/2006 04:58:22 PM · #11
Too much white. And too many clicks needed to get to the goodies. Nice clean site, but a bit too clean ;-) You could make the first page much more useable by having small thumbnails for the categories right under your name.

Nice color scheme. Horizontal scrolling is a very touchy subject, and does not always work. I would not have done it. Also, the font, especially when it is small, gets a little crammy and difficult to read.

Also, give a little copyright statement at the bottom. It is a small thing, but very important.

Overall, very nice design and good images.

Edit : Don't give a hotmail address. I am sure you have emails with the hosting you got. Just set up another email @your domain and redirect it to your hotmail account. Looks more professional.

Message edited by author 2006-05-01 17:00:18.
05/01/2006 05:22:50 PM · #12
I like the general layout...easy to get around and refreshing.
05/01/2006 05:41:22 PM · #13
Thanks everyone!! I will think about everything you said. It was really helpfull, especially for a person that is just entering into the photography business.

thanks to all again

Rene
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