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Online Portfolio redesign (Critique please)


DeanZappy

Senior Member
#3
Aside from the actual design of the site, you need to re-word a lot of the copy as it doesn't seem to make much sense. i.e:

'Creating this website you are in completely on dreamweaver the skill has drastically to when it was first opended up. Gilmore Visuals is now confident in the use of the software'

Also the way you refer to 'Me' and 'Gilmore Visuals' is confusing at times, stick to one or the other.
 
#4
Aye. True. Thanks - I'll need to write everything down properly. I do admit that It was (at that time) a 'i need to write in and fill this box in'. Definitely needs changing.
 
#11
The logo is an improvement. However the site is very scatty and needs some work to look a lot more appealing. Show your personality as at the moment it doesn't say much about you?

Maybe add a central image oppose to text this will make it look more visually appealing.

What is the significance of the o? Is there a reason?

Nice use of colours.

:)
 

WEBIAN

Senior Member
#12
Nice to see your new site. It has definitely improved. The alignments need watching a bit, though. And the central area - where you say "Gilmore Visuals. Think it. See it. Etc..." - it's too empty.
 

Romack

Senior Member
#13
it has no noticeable structure. It's very white without any kind of visual boundaries to separate hierarchy. Basically it looks half finished.

The top half is too big and and the circle graphic on the right cuts of... it looks untidy.

The icons need a rollover state and also line up with something. Space them out a little too, they are very close to each other.

Re-work it, tidy it up.
 

WEBIAN

Senior Member
#14
Romack said:
(...) It's (...) without any kind of visual boundaries to separate hierarchy. (...)
Yes, I think hierarchy is one of the key factors that Gilmore should take into consideration.

But the logo has definitely improved. I also see a more creative approach to communication.