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  • # May 22, 2008 at 4:50 pm

    I wanted to get some feed back on the design of this site.
    The site is not complete yet, so some content is missing.
    This site was designed to be used in CushyCMS

    http://www.theharbourchurch.com/dawn/

    # May 22, 2008 at 5:10 pm

    Looks pretty good. Isn’t CushyCMS amazing?! I’m gonna start finding excuses to use it more often.

    I might suggest using CSS rollovers for those graphics instead of JS, just to make them more accessible and a bit faster. It looks like those big images are the main navigation, but they way it’s laid out, it almost looke like the bulleted list at the top is the main navigation. Maybe there is something design-wise that you could do to make that list feel more information or slogan-y instead of looking so much like navigation.

    # May 22, 2008 at 5:33 pm
    "chriscoyier" wrote:
    Looks pretty good. Isn’t CushyCMS amazing?! I’m gonna start finding excuses to use it more often.

    I might suggest using CSS rollovers for those graphics instead of JS, just to make them more accessible and a bit faster. It looks like those big images are the main navigation, but they way it’s laid out, it almost looke like the bulleted list at the top is the main navigation. Maybe there is something design-wise that you could do to make that list feel more information or slogan-y instead of looking so much like navigation.

    Thanks Chris. CushyCMS is very awesome, indeed!

    I will definitely look into using CSS Rollovers instead of JS.
    also a good point about the top banner looking more like a navigation.

    thanks again.

    -ryan

    # May 22, 2008 at 8:25 pm

    Really cool effect (I agree with the rollovers, but the effect is cool). Maybe smile a little bit more on the pictures?

    # July 29, 2008 at 10:58 am

    It’s a great design.I would suggest making the 3 navigation boxes less opaque. To me, they almost look like solid boxes of colour. Also, you could use jquery to animate than transition between the two images, would look very swish.

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