Tony Crockford wrote:
> Hi all.
> I've been working on this project for nearly a year and it's
> superficially done design wise.
> The client likes it, it's tableless xhtml/CSS2 and PHP/MySQL generated
> (flat files, though)
> It's still a bit untidy under the covers and I'm about to go through and
> tidy up, so I'm interested in any criticism, suggestions and feedback if
> any of you feel like taking a look.
Well it *looks* great. I kinda like the orange and turquoise. The orange
seems like a historical sepia-type colour, but with the turquoise it's
transformed into something techie and "new media".
But you might want to explain it a bit better. I had no idea what the site
was for until I read the About Us page. I'm not sure why there are levels or
what they mean - what are the themes for...? I could understand that it was
a bunch of historical stuff. But I didn't really know what Torbay was or why
I should care about historical photos from there. It needs more story.
BTW to open in a new window on a Mac it's "Command + Click" not "Shift +
When are we going to be able to ask you questions for a MACCAWS profile? ;-)
Tara Cleveland - Web Design and Consulting
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