Do you like or dislike???
# June 12, 2009 at 4:55 pm
I really like the header graphic and the colors of the site; these one page portfolio sites are becoming more popular with the lazy scrolling effect. One thing I’d recommend is have somebody who’s a native English speaker go through your copy and clean it up a bit. I also have a slight navigation issue; it seems that once you commit to a section, you have to go back to the top to get to get a link to the next section or you have to scroll down; what if you put a "down" link close to the "top" link? I think that would help your users quickly scroll through your web page. Also, your website takes a long time to load – 3 mb of pics! Maybe your could optimize them some more? Really nice treatment though! Cheers!# June 15, 2009 at 2:48 pm
I like the design. The font you are using for "I’m CHiRAG and I’m FREELANCE WEB & GRAPHIC Designer" seems simple enought that you should be able to make it actual text instead of an image. This would play more nicely with search engines so people looking for a web designer could find you.
Another thing is that I would change:
"I’m CHiRAG and I’m FREELANCE WEB & GRAPHIC Designer"
"I’m CHiRAG and I’m a FREELANCE WEB & GRAPHIC Designer"
Notice the a after the second I’m.
I’m a graphic & web designer, Just few keywords to say who i am and what i do every day. Here you will find informations about me and, below, you will see some works I have done so far, divided in print and web, go to my PORTFOLIO.
Make it something like:
Thank you for visiting my site. I’m an experienced graphic artist and web designer. Here you will find examples of my work which I have divided into Print and Web categories, visit my PORTFOLIO.
-It does not seem like you have any Print in your portfolio yet.
Finally, my last thought is that there is no link to the Hobby section of your page.# June 25, 2009 at 12:56 am
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I’m on a laptop, 800px height… When it scrolls down, it isn’t displaying everything, so for instance, your portfolio images are hugging the bottom of my browser and I had to scroll down to see the rest of the imagesscroll to top link.# July 1, 2009 at 9:33 am
I like it over all, but I would suggest using the IE6 PNG fix, I checked it out in IE6 and your transparent PNG’s are all gray, I am sure you don’t want potential clients to see it that way. Here is a link to the PNG fix:
~ Chris# September 15, 2009 at 1:47 pm
Excellent work, but you really need a way for the user to get back to the top without having to scroll, perhaps a link to shoot them back to the start in each section.
Ok, there is a link to get back to the top, I just didn’t look hard enough. Ignore my first paragraph.
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