View Full Version : artlab as a new form of salvation

05-30-2001, 10:41 PM
...artlab craves for feedback...

...help artlab improve...

...honesty is the only way...


big thanx to you all!

[Edited by duhifat on 05-30-2001 at 06:01 PM]

06-02-2001, 03:06 AM
i wish people in this forum were not so cheap about giving feedback...

oh well, someone wanna prove me wrong? dont be afraid to hit as hard as you can...

Savage Baggage Master
06-04-2001, 08:20 PM
Hello Duhifat

I like the colour and forms you use, especially the flower forms which I saw in your portfolio section. I think you could maybe make more use of these as they are the things that distinguish the site and stay in peoples memory. I like your website portfolio. Fast and fresh designs.

The circular navigation buttons on the top right could also be incorporated into the general feel of the site a little more, maybe give them a similar motion to that of the circular links buttons or change their form? In fact the links page seems like a more natural extension from your main page than some of the other pages.

To me the receiving data screen doesn't quite fit in either. The colour of the green dot stands out alot.

The back button on my browser IE5 doesnt work within your site.

Well these are my thoughts.

Thanks for your encouraging comments on Savage City.

Savage Baggage Master

06-06-2001, 12:55 AM
the buttons in the web design section seem torun slow................ + if you aiming at a professional web design market which i assume you are, to me you dont seem to have spent much time on the design of the sections. the splash section in nice. Also some of the txt was unreadable.

it maybe my connection but the manifest section seems abit temperamental, as in the buttons take a second to work.


06-14-2001, 07:53 AM
I really like the layout and colors. I'm a big fan of nice colors. I notice the circle moving in the background, which reminds me of Eye4U. One suggestion I would make would be to make your contact link a page rather than an email link. I hate it when I click contact expecting a page and my email proggy kickstarts.