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    New Portfolio Site
    Hey guys,

    It's been a while in the making (fitting it in between the day job etc) but I have finally gotten my new portfolio site to a launch-able state, what do you think: Christopher Wardle-Cousins | Multimedia Designer


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    I would resolve the type for your Home, About, etc. It's really pedestrian and boring. Your website is very clean and I like the layout.
    死神はリンゴしか食べない。

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    Quote Originally Posted by CrimsonRequiem View Post
    I would resolve the type for your Home, About, etc. It's really pedestrian and boring. Your website is very clean and I like the layout.
    Thanks do you have any suggestions for the type?

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    Pretty much anything other than Times. Or a San Serif typeface.
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    I've changed the link font to Geniva but for the page titles it didn't look right so they are still Georgia. I prefer the links in a San Serif though, thanks for the feedback

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    I like the minimalistic layout. Good work!
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    Thanks

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    I think you logo is really cool.... and should be a little higher in the header.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mac SK View Post
    I think you logo is really cool.... and should be a little higher in the header.
    Thanks Mac SK, I'm working on v2 of the site & will take this into consideration

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    what program did you use to create your site?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brad8975 View Post
    what program did you use to create your site?
    It's a combination of Photoshop & Illustrator for the content and I built it using Dreamweaver. The roll over effects are all done using javascript, as is the pop-out picture viewer thing which is known as shadowbox.


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    Great site. I love the minimalist look. The only complaint I have is the font you're using for the links at the top right.


    P.S. great photos too

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    Quote Originally Posted by sh1znack View Post
    Great site. I love the minimalist look. The only complaint I have is the font you're using for the links at the top right.


    P.S. great photos too
    Thanks for the feedback all taken into account for version 2

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