SITE REVIEW: University Student Mockup

  • resolva
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Hi all,

I have been learning how to slice and code a design into xhtml/css for a while and thought I would do a quick mock up for a website that was required on a module at university.

The website itself can be found here http://www.aaronluckie.com/lboro

I would really appreciate your opinion on the design and the features found on their. The aim of the site was to keep it consistent, the content easy to read and as minimal as possible.

Thank you in advance.
  • casy001
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Post 3+ Months Ago

yes, i agree with it that if there is not so much contetnt written and it is easy to read. it's 100 percent advantage. besides i dont like when it is mass on the site - it's hard to fid info and you feel kind of lost...
i like your site very much! everything is balanced and stylish (background colour, font, pics)
nice work!
  • ndpm
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Post 3+ Months Ago

is a simple and nice site.
I dont like the font you use for the menu i will try to use another font.
i like it doesnt have tons of info on it.The site have the right amount of info
nice work man!
  • UVBoy
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Post 3+ Months Ago

The site looks very nice. I don't like the comma on the homepage after the welcome message. I would remove that. The header images take a good long while to load and I'm on a fast connection. May want to use slightly lower quality graphic files. Very well done!

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