I noticed that some people like uploading pictures of their work when they took a photo of it on a screen, so I did the same. Luckily you can see the whole website instead of squinting at my picture.
My site is http://michaelkc.com/ and it's a work in progress which means it currently doesn't work in IE or any browser that doesn't support CSS3 animations. Chrome, Safari and Firefox all work (I believe).
The logo is more of a joke because saying "All Professional and That" is entirely unprofessional. Let me know what you think.
almost 2 years ago
I didn't expected that, but I really like the effects/transitions your website does which is cool!
let's come to the bad things. and sorry if I get a little temper
1. Lobster font. I don't get why people are still using it, when I saw this shot, I thought you're making a joke or something. use a simple and clean font, cause even if you take away the "all professional and that." which is clearly a joke, this still going to look unprofessional, since this font is looking cheap and just overused. go to fontsquirrel.com, and choose an elegant font with clear lines.. Please!
2. create an own Logo. not just a font with your name on it. a professional needs a professional logo identity!
3. Logo Size. once you're done with a logo you're satisfied. don't oversize it, your visitors are not old people who have thick lenses. so make it an apropriate size!
4. get a better catch phrase!
I don't want to be rude or offensive, just honest. english is not my native language, so sorry if that sounded like that!
over 1 year ago
Thanks Daniel, it's very helpful what you've told me. I've seen your stuff before so it's nice for you to view my work.
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