Loc: Pacific NW, USA
Nice look. It loaded quick on dialup. However the intro, much as I enjoy it, may get tedious even though it is rather quick. Maybe a skip intro link? I like the j/d in the circle. It is clean and professional. I am not a fan of white text, but this was quite easy for me to read and I think it stands out fine. Nice contemporary look to the main pages although on my dial up the text took long enough to slide in for me to wonder what was up. The curser trail, I liked, but unfortunately it drew me to want to play with it, (wheeee!) thereby distracting me from the business of the page. I liked the rollover effects and did enjoy the sounds. Overall, very slick for a first effort and I am very impressed. It's professional and contemporary. Appropriate for today's climate and also incorporating enough design to convey the creativeness of the artist. I like it it a lot. It inspires me to try to figure out Live Motion. I opened it once but didn't for the life of me know what to do with it. A most excellent effort, Jimmy.<br><br>"You can stand tall without standing on someone. You can be a victor without having victims."<br>--Harriet Wood
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Speed-great, even on dial-up.<br><br>Design, let me list what I don't like, everything else is cool:<br>1. Don't like popping up windows on entering. Although many use such a feature, I think no benefit to the user.<br>2. The little halo following my cursor, it's feels like someone is following me.<br>3. The sound that the buttons make is too metallic, hurts your ear after a while.<br>4. I like your name big on the top, because it becomes a typo deisgn, but the phone, email is way too big, it's shouting.<br>5. The tools/hardware is too detailed. No need to list mouse, router. You could say broadband wireless network instead. Would make more sense to most and sounds cool.<br><br>But this is just me, I not meant to be harsh.<br><br>
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