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majetta
04-08-2006, 07:12 PM
Hi all,

this is a website i have been working on, i woud like to get some feedback on how it feels... are the colours to dark, logo too big/small?, text/links and everything, its in dutch.

http://www.fysio-schuilenburg.nl/V1/
click on the adres below the picture to go to the main site, *not the flash banner*

domedia
04-08-2006, 07:57 PM
Looks nice,
make sure you test the website in other browser than IE, like Firefox.

davidj
04-10-2006, 08:29 AM
i dosnt have that Wow factor which i like to see

i doesnt have to be all flashy and loud to have the Wow factor infact some minimal clean sites can do it.

check out what the competition have done also check out some pro sites and try and incorporate some design styles.

Dont get me wrong it isnt bad but just needs some magic

Puddinlover
04-10-2006, 08:05 PM
I like the whole lay out try little diffrent colors mabey it help to if i could read dutch :P

johnph77
04-11-2006, 05:39 AM
Logo and text at bottom of page lost due to dark background - almost illegible. Otherwise very nice - message is easy to read. Great contrast, nice use of fonts.

edbr
04-11-2006, 06:41 AM
leuke.
I think it looks cleanly layed out which I personally like. I would like to see more info on the home page. again personal taste but I hate having to click before I learn something about the service you provide, and having clicked find the text obscure the text. Images look fine to me with mozilla

dthomsen8
04-11-2006, 10:54 AM
Hi all,

this is a website i have been working on, i woud like to get some feedback on how it feels... are the colours to dark, logo too big/small?, text/links and everything, its in dutch.

http://www.fysio-schuilenburg.nl/V1/
click on the adres below the picture to go to the main site, *not the flash banner*

In Firefox 1.5, the address below the picture is across the picture. See the attachment. As domedia says, you must test in Firefox and Netscape and Opera if you want to know how others will see your site.

majetta
04-11-2006, 12:03 PM
Hi all,

this is a website i have been working on, i woud like to get some feedback on how it feels... are the colours to dark, logo too big/small?, text/links and everything, its in dutch.

http://www.fysio-schuilenburg.nl/V1/
click on the adres below the picture to go to the main site, *not the flash banner*

In Firefox 1.5, the address below the picture is across the picture. See the attachment. As domedia says, you must test in Firefox and Netscape and Opera if you want to know how others will see your site.

that doesnt look very good :shock: , i really have little input to the content itself, client doesnt want to many elaborate text, just clear info. the client is happy and he gave the OK for the site to go live. i'll try to work up on the firefox thingy undercover 8) .

as far as wow factor, im still brushing up on flash and photoshop :oops: , but this is a medical site, it doesnt need flashy logos and text, the client wanted a calm and quiet feel to it. since there isnt too many loud colours just for 1 picture with lots of reds in it i think it worked out pretty well.

WoW factor website Coming Soon™
will be my personal blog or whatever i decide to make of it

thanks for all the advise.
-cheers

dthomsen8
04-11-2006, 03:24 PM
that doesnt look very good :shock: , i really have little input to the content itself, client doesnt want to many elaborate text, just clear info. the client is happy and he gave the OK for the site to go live. i'll try to work up on the firefox thingy undercover 8) .

as far as wow factor, im still brushing up on flash and photoshop :oops: , but this is a medical site, it doesnt need flashy logos and text, the client wanted a calm and quiet feel to it. since there isnt too many loud colours just for 1 picture with lots of reds in it i think it worked out pretty well.

WoW factor website Coming Soon™
will be my personal blog or whatever i decide to make of it

thanks for all the advise.
-cheers

Right now I get a page not found for your site. Are you positioning with tables or with CSS? I suspect CSS, and IE and Firefox render differently.

Good luck.

majetta
04-11-2006, 08:26 PM
its CSS and the page has been moved to the root http://www.fysio-schuilenburg.nl

Creative Insanity
04-12-2006, 08:32 AM
Has gaps on FF 1.5 and images are dropped.
Looks horrid.

dthomsen8
04-14-2006, 12:23 AM
its CSS and the page has been moved to the root http://www.fysio-schuilenburg.nl

The footer is still in the middle of the picture of buildings in Firefox and in Netscape. Perhaps someone else in this forum can suggest what is wrong.

gmcrone
04-14-2006, 07:47 PM
Problem is absolute positioning of layer:

#Layer1 {
position:absolute;
left:394px;
top:214px;
width:248px;
height:79px;
z-index:auto;

Mike...