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  • #36103
    goalieman34
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    I have had this website since February 2010 and it does the trick but now I am looking for ways to improve things. I am open for any ideas and would greatly appreciate any suggestions.

    http://www.nanaimonightlife.com/

    Thanks,
    Chris

    #94684
    TheDoc
    Member

    Not able to open the website, unfortunately.

    Also, fun fact, I’m in Victoria!

    #94713
    MrPixel
    Member

    I dont like the font type face, and the menu is pretty bland. Also the contact form needs some work. Id make the background of the fields a grey, increase the size of the form titles and make the entry fields and message area field the same width. Just constructive criticism. The rest looks fine.

    #94772
    goalieman34
    Member

    @TheDoc hmmm not sure why it would not open for you. That’s crazy your in Vic, I am going to university at VIU in Nanaimo. Try the link again and let me know what font you think I should use. I changed it but not sure If I am a fan of it.

    http://www.nanaimonightlife.com


    @MrPixel
    thanks for your constructive critcism I changed the font and will fix up the form

    #94778
    goalieman34
    Member
    #94875
    GerobLee
    Member

    The date at the top should line up with the left side of the picture.

    #94880
    MrPixel
    Member

    Agree ^^

    The font looks better. Id make the reply and contact form fields the same grey as the font, and resize them as i mentioned earlier.

    #94881
    mthrlwd
    Member

    I think you’ve got some nice opportunity to enhance things here without much input, @goalieman34.
    I’d start with adding some dimensionality to your site by using some variance in tone, texture and color. Maybe choose a nice background concept that achieves the mood and overall aesthetic quality you’re after, but gives the content some leverage on the page a bit more. Good luck.

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