I like there simple structure, there isn’t any learning involved just to find your way around them like some websites, the navigation is clear and consistent.
One thing though, and this is probably just me but you have used a lot of glows, bevels and emboss around the sites, I think they should be used a bit more sparingly these days, but like I said that’s just me :)
thanks for the replies! I would agree with both of you, probably could be scaled back a little on the shadowing and such. I did that with the campcreekrecords.com site (cause that’s my record label, and I can do what I want), but the other two are clients that wanted that look.. so they stay. I would say I do like that softer design over a flatter one any day.
I’m definitely glad no one’s torn any of my coding to shreds. phew
The place where I work we almost only use ASP.NET when it comes to application platform. It’s not nice markup (everything is inside a form, and it uses XML-like syntaxes on some hidden input-fields) and there’s a lot of issues with non-validateable pages. But when the next version of our CMS is upgraded, it’ll take care of those issues… I hope.
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