Introduction + Feedback
# June 15, 2011 at 3:34 pm
I recently started venturing into web design and development and I am currenly loving every minute of it. I thought it might be a good idea to get involved in the community, so I hop this intro isnt annoying anyone.
Anwho, I am currenly at Uni(Bournemouth,England) doing a course in Interactive Media. I am quite new to the whole design/development scene(3-5) months but like i said, I love, love love it.
I recently finished working on my first “real” project for a family member. I say finished but it is still a work in progress and i hope to have it finished within a week max.
Check it out, let me know what you think:
Its a brochure website which aims to inform potential customers/visitors of the company’s services(building).# June 16, 2011 at 6:54 am
What TheDoc said is true, make the site for your audience. But take a look here.
Unless you’re audience is from China, South Korea or India, I think it is time to drop support for the browser even the maker want everybody to stop using.
You can put the banner from that site on your site ofcourse, to support the cause.# June 16, 2011 at 2:07 pm
As an example to further my point, where I am located a lot of the government agencies still require IE6 because of some of the outdated intranets that they are running. Therefore, if I were creating a website for a government organization I would most certainly need to support IE6 in some fashion.
Remember that ‘supporting IE6’ does NOT, by any means, mean pixel perfect – just a functional website. Will they get rounded corners? No. Will they get neat CSS3 things? No. Etc etc. They just need functionality.
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