Hello all photographers here, I have just designed a photo website for one of the client, its not released yet, but I would like to get feedback from fellow photographers about this site. If anything to be included or removed, please provide your valuable suggestion, good or bad, this helps me to correct my mistake.
When I first read the blog I was at work. There were still no comments yet, but I used IE6 :)))) , so I decided not to post anything (felt like I was in stone era). But now I see it the way it should be and I like it. Maybe some changes, said by mani would be nice!
thanks for ll the comments, these comments will surely help me to convince the client what to use, yeah I agree on most of the things, but the client doesn't want to Listen, this reminds me of the blog Macdaddy wrote few weeks back. This freelance work really hard.
Let the comments flow so it will help me as most of the people who commented here are photographers themselves.
Hey mani, I agree with login placement, but actually in this site there will be no users apart from the client's client.
There are still many companies that use IE6 because they had application developed for IE6 that are not compatible with IE7 or IE8. Question is, could this be possible clients? I would keep this front page more simple. It is the showcase for your clients business. Overall I like the design and feel of the website.
Hi there, I am a webdesigner and in general it's pretty nice colours and layout but I have a tip for you... - Don't rush too many things in the first page! I mean don't make it a long page with big scroll. - If I were you I will take off the second line big image because it's taking the impact of the top dynamic horizontal scroll. - The login area should be more accessible not the footer of the page. - Maybe you can make the empty black space between the logo and the menu a bit thinner.
That's all about the first page, I have to check the sub menus later...
Love the colours you have chosen. Two comments. My monitor resolution is at 1024X768 which I believe is standard for most monitors. But I still have to scroll horizontally. I think most users would be a little bit annoyed with this. Also the photo just below the film strip seems to be displayed off centered to the right. I'm using Firefox 3.0.11. I hope that helps.
I am not a web designer, but I must say I like so much the web. Eesp. the "strip" of images in the beginning up the page... because of this I was a little lost and I have noticed after awhile that the web continue "down". I like the idea that the text appears among in a frame among images. Down is a very nice mosaic of photos.
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