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website critique please =)

  • # June 24, 2011 at 2:42 am

    is under construction but i want to know if this page doesn’t look that ugly hehe.

    Sarka (the website)

    # June 24, 2011 at 4:05 am

    I like the effect of the movement of the mouse affecting the light, however the blocky text is a bit on the ugly side

    # June 24, 2011 at 11:51 am

    It feels more 80′s than 90′s to me.. I’m getting that “retro” feel more than anything.

    # June 24, 2011 at 11:54 am

    Not much there to gauge at the moment. The lighting/font effect I think is neat as a kind of programming exercise, but as a functional website I think it’s over the top. Less is usually more, and personally I think great design complements the content, but doesn’t replace it as a source of attention.

    # June 29, 2011 at 2:20 am

    @TT_Mark: yeah, i was thinking just the same, of course its not the final design

    @fordinary: you don’t need to be sorry, REALLY!

    @JoshWhite i didn’t find any retro thing at first!, that’s good to know actually, thanks man ñ.ñ

    @DboG you just read my mind , that’s not the final design (again =P ) its just for “clients” to see that we can do more than just plain text or something like that came out of my mind…

    # June 29, 2011 at 2:51 am

    I like it, it’s just that to me the background is very poor quality (the edges are uneven) (1680×1050)

    # June 29, 2011 at 2:42 pm

    ^^^^ No, it’s not you. It’s been stretched to fit the resolution of the screen (so now we know you use an iMac btw :p) using JS. This is the original file and it stretches depending on your resolution.

    http://sarka.com.mx/img/fondo2.jpg

    To the original poster. You don’t need to do this using Javascript, if you can use CSS to do the job and better. Use repeat-all on your BG property in regards to your texture and use a much smaller file that will look just as great on a 1280 res or which ever. The big B, or whatever the letter is, I would go with a full screen background, there is a tutorial on this site on how to do it, never have done it myself, but it looks like you need it.

    Remember, you can hang a frame on wall using duct tape, a nail on the wall, or use a hammer drill.

    Web Design is no different; you need to select the right tool for the job.

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