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  • New Website - Feedback Appreciated

    Hey guys,

    I'm working on a new portfolio for my current employee, and chose to code it all in CSS rather than DotNetNuke, even though my boss was leaning toward that. The site is getting close to being done, just need to throw in some copy related to each piece of work, change the main image on a couple pages (the pencil one is repeated) and add the New Media page, the link isn't broken don't worry.

    Anyways, I'd love to hear what some of you fellow web designers think - give me your opinion on usability, overal visual appeal, and what ever else you deem appropriate.



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    The inner-shadow borders are ok, but in some cases (home page, and portfolio pages) they compete with each other. There is a jarring, stair-step effect on the left site. I think it would help if the borders aligned with each other horizontally. Maybe consider not using borders on every image.






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