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#1 alphauser51

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Posted 02 September 2010 - 05:22 PM

Hi:
I just did an overhaul of my site Eclipse Studios at www.es3d.com and I
need people to check it out and see how it works with different browsers and
resolutions. I added drop down menus on some of the product pages and I'm particularily interested
to see if they are compatible with different browsers. Any feedback appreciated.

#2 damir_zg

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Posted 03 September 2010 - 08:03 PM

i am gonna be honest with you

your site doesn't really look very professional

first you have the rifle man at the first page AND with sound, that is not good idea at all and i recommend you that you remove it, i wanted to close my browser when i heard the annoying sound

you have a poor choice of colors and overall design isn't appealing

i have seen few mistakes in design (mostly pictures on wrong positions)

i went trough your code a bit, i recommend that you don't use iframe, just my opinion

i hope your business goes well, i bet you'll increase number of sales if you get a more professional website

#3 esperant

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Posted 12 September 2010 - 08:33 PM

I agree with Damir, Your work is really good you obviously have a good knowledge of the 3d program but the website lets it down slightly. Definitely kill the sound and make the site a little more pro and presentable.

#4 Bravi

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Posted 14 October 2010 - 06:40 AM

Have to agree with these guys..

If you have 3D skills (which you do), why don't you create an artworky / creative website, rather than having a simple template?

and if you do prefer having a template like this, then change the colors, get rid of those red shadows and bevel & emboss looks on every element - make things simple!




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