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April 9, 2008 at 8:00 pm #22556daGUYMember
This is my personal portfolio website, which I redesigned at the end of last year. As I learn more and more CSS tips and techniques, I tweak the design and try to put them to good use here.
I’d love to hear some feedback on this design from some fellow CSS enthusiasts :P
PS – Those of you on the latest version of Safari will notice some subtle drop shadows and CSS animations ;)April 11, 2008 at 1:12 am #46914David RMember
Love how it looks in Safari! SWEET!
My only thought would be to add the green strip that holds the extra navigation on your portfolio page to all the pages (even if nothing is inside.) That would make the pages feel more consistent (to me.) ;)
DavidApril 12, 2008 at 6:27 am #46934lucadpMember
Nice work James!
The slider works well in IE6 too, but has some issues in IE5.5 (who cares?).
However in this way it’s going to be a strange menu, since the green bar is displayed even in the homepage and it’s not graphically connected to the portfolio button. Even now, if you click on portfolio the submenÃ¹ is displayed, but the content remains the same of the home page. The spry effect is really cool, but IMHO it should appear in a separate main portfolio page, not above the content of the home page.
Sorry for my English, I’m Italian!
Take a look at my work too! http://www.buontalenti.it/provaApril 13, 2008 at 8:48 pm #46960conspiratorMember
Great looking site!April 19, 2008 at 6:37 pm #47055devoinregressMember
Cool! I really like what you have done. It falls a little flat with out the drop shadow effect in webkit though. Invest in a domain and get yourself out there.May 1, 2008 at 11:20 am #47221bunmunMember
Nice clean site. It looks very professional.June 19, 2008 at 5:35 pm #48006BanzaiaapParticipant
First of all, love the design and simplicity! You really let your work do the talking :)
I’ve got just one question: How did you make such an awesome sub-menu? Thanks in advance :)
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