Looks good, cereth. I like the overall style.
Just recently finished up my portfolio website and would love some comments if anyone wants to check it out.
Any constructive criticism is welcome, of course.
Nice, Cereth. I'd sharpen the typewriter text a bit - it's so blurry I want to adjust my glasses :-).
You're bucking the usual rule of thumb for web design, being to put some of your important stuff 'above the fold' i.e. before one has to scroll down -- but it works OK, because the whole page is as much an example of your design work as the maps are.
Really cool! It's a really nice gamey feel to it¬
It's nicely laid out: it has a fairly simple user interface. I also like the sort of "Old Tattered" look of the site. Very nice man!
looks good, Perhaps I'd like some bigger/clearer thumbs to help getting people to WANT to click on them - and I'd remove the references to "friends" on what the logos are for
Cool...thanks for all the tips.
Was trying to make the "typewriter" text look old and like it had bled into the paper. Maybe I went too far with it. I can easily sharpen it up a bit.
(Though the scaled maps are just teasers - I really want to see more detail )
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It's clean, but we must scroll down a lot to see the pictures at the bottom. I don't know if it would be a good idea to put them both side?