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  • How do these look? -(sites)

    I'm relatively new with designing. (2 years - on/off)
    I just think that there's a better way that I could sort my data and stuff on a site...

    Language wise, I know HTML... with some CSS and some Java.

    Anyways, any comments are appreciated.
    Just tell me what you think:

    http://monkeyblast.com

    http://monkeyblast.net (not finished)

    http://barelyvisible.com

    http://monkeyportal.com/nav.html (VERY EARLY makings)


    Any comments, thanks.
    -Brice

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    the one thing that threw me and it's nothing to do with design, just usability, was the music. you should never make music a mandatory thing. I didn't see a switch to kill it either. I'm listening to my iTunes. If i wanna hear what your website is playing, I'll click an icon to play sound.
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    • #3
      Sounds is almost always a no-no on websites unless you are doing an online presentation like a web-commercial, or you can get away with it if it is a site highlighting a musician. Even then, I still don't like the mandatory music, like danedawg said.

      The colors that you picked are incredibly harsh. A lot of contrast. I like the simple animation that you used in the Flash header of the first two sites.

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