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02-01-2003, 01:31 AM #1LogicGuest
It is a brand new site, and it isn't really even open for business, but this is what I've got for it right now.
It is a web-development company(design & programming) that is owned by myself, and headed by Tris Pulford and Tim DeGrande... with quite a few more on staff... the staff also have a resume up in our forums. We have:
Admin/Owner = Nick Colomb-Lupo(me)
Admin = Tris Pulford-tris
Admin = Tim DeGrande-Beetle
Advisor = Daniel Colomb-warraven
And a small development staff.
But please, review the site. It is not to shabby, considering I didn't spend much time on it, and that I'm not too great at the design aspect of this industry...
02-01-2003, 12:49 PM #2PaulGuest
Looks nice. Let me tell you something to improve your website.
1) Your website looks so small in high resolutions.so try to make your tables little bigger
2 ) Site looks soo plain - Try to add some eye catching graphics :lol:
3) when i try to access your forum it took me while to get in.. try to figure out the problem and I suggest to change your host
4) ** I personaly don;t like orange colour.. its not a profissional looking colour so if you want you can chnage the colours.
Those are just my opinions.
02-01-2003, 02:16 PM #3LogicGuest
Well, I'm not changing hosts, because the host is 2 great things...
A.) Free (he sponsors programmers and designers)
B.) Has an OC3 connection...
The forum does take a while to load, and I still haven't figured out the problem... but I will....
02-24-2003, 04:34 PM #4CanadianGuest
if you're trying for a professional approach/look you might want to consider ditching the picture of the kid with the laptop. Sad but true, seeing that at first might make someone dismiss your site as being for amateurs...a bunch of kids sitting in their basement(s) doing up templates.
Also, correct your spelling..there look to be a fair number of spelling/grammatical errors. If I were a potential customer, that would make me walk away...quickly, and never look back.
"We are a strong unit of programmers and designers who are willing to fully-develope your site "
there is no "e" on develop. Also, why the hyphen between "fully" and "develope"?
"clientell" = wrong
02-24-2003, 05:00 PM #5CanadianGuest
i should add, I don't mean to come off as harsh...I was just letting you know how others may view it.
I'm very picky about spelling etc.
02-27-2003, 09:26 PM #6LogicGuest
Well... I feel offended... why did it take so long for you guys to tell me that?? :P jk
I'm not a hard-***... I take everything with a grain of salt... :P
I have massively changed my site around... it looks about 30000 times more professional, and it is more simple and attractive... Hey Canadian... could you review the site again and see if the grammar is correct?? I'd really appreciate it man... you're great! :P Thanks...
02-27-2003, 10:20 PM #7CanadianGuest
your first sentence has a typo: "one of the internet?s"
"we one of the most diverse firms of our kind"
needs to be "we are" or "we have become" or something similar.
Also, for your services you might want to list your more diverse offerings first (ie web template creation and company logos are more "important" than small things like avatars)
I'll look in more detail when I get the time, bud
Site looks MUCH better.
02-28-2003, 01:50 PM #8CanadianGuest
also, may want to consider changing the font size, maybe up 1 or 2 sizes...and if it isn't Verdana, you may want to give that a shot..
02-28-2003, 02:49 PM #9LogicGuest
Well, the font is verdana, and I can read the font size fine on both 1024x768 and 800x600...
And thanks for the grammar check... :P I guess those are some pretty stupid mistakes huh?? :P
03-01-2003, 10:42 AM #10LogicGuest
Okay... those grammar mistakes are made, and I've also aligned the text to the top... hehe... how do you think it is now? I've also started to put part of our portfolio up.