SITE REVIEW: Offices Galleria

  • seoraja
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Please review http://www.iogalleria.com/ :oops:
Thanks in advance
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  • masli
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seoraja wrote:
Please review http://www.iogalleria.com/ :oops:
Thanks in advance


Respect ur braveness to put sharp image together with sharp video in ur front page. Nice but might be too heavy for dialup user. (err is there dial up user exist still?)
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Post 3+ Months Ago

I too respect that bravness to place the videos and imaging on the front page, looks quite nice, however doubt very dial up users exist
  • littlephoenix
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Post 3+ Months Ago

keep your top header simple, you have to many images next to one another, remember, simplicity rules the world. :P
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Post 3+ Months Ago

I have to disagree with littlephoenix... I think that the "sharp" and a little heavier header adds some character to the site, adds some.. definition.

Although I think that the TV set image around the video doesn't fit the rest of the site that is rather sharp, except this image.

Also, I the site overall seems a little to thin, I mean in the sense of width, but considering all the bother with different screen resolutions, I can understand that.

Most of all I like the header, neat.

Oh yeah, the doctype statement is missing from the code ;)
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I like what you did with the background ... All that bothers me is it's "devided" into two parts blue to lightblue and blue to green ... cant you make the lightblue part fade into the blue part also that there isn't such a solid line?

But still ... I love it ...

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