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David’s Review of Sketchplanet.com

Sketchplanet.com The purpose of Sketchplanet (http://www.sketchplanet.com/) is simply allowing a community to sketch and share sketches with each other while using tags and groups to organize the doodles. I’m going to review this in my ordinary fashion, with my initial experience fully written followed by my suggestions for improvement at the end of the post. […]

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Andrew’s Review of elitebydesign.com

Initial Impressions The first thing I notice is the big navigation. It’s hard to miss. Unfortunately, nothing is highlighted, so it’s kind of hard to know where I’m at in the site initially. The background is interesting: a galaxy. I don’t know if that relates to the site in any way, but it is distinctive. […]

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Matthew’s EliteByDesign.com Review

Elite By Design (http://elitebydesign.com/) is a combination of three things: a blog about web design, community resources, as well as premium themes. My usability review will be a transcription of my thoughts and navigation as I navigate through the website. I will point out things that I like, dislike, and what confuse me as I […]

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Redd’s EliteByDesign.com Review

Elite By Design is, at first glance, a very monochrome site. When I first look at it, nothing instantly leads my eye. I am not immediately sure where I am supposed to be looking. I notice the Subscription button right away, mainly because it is the only color on the site. The next thing I […]

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David’s Review of EliteByDesign.com

The purpose of Elite by Design (http://www.elitebydesign.com/) is to provide helpful and insightful articles in the fields of web design, web development, and Photoshop. I’m going to review this in my ordinary fashion, with my initial experience fully written followed by my suggestions for improvement at the end of the post. The Front Page When […]

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Matthew’s Marios.Tziortzis.com Review

Initial Impressions When I first open the page I see the sub header under Marios Tziortzis that says “thoughts, photos and whatnot”. This leads me to believe this is a personal website. As I scroll down I become aware the site looks very WordPress-esque and the two column layout is familiar to me. Ah hah! […]

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Redd’s Review of Marios.Tzortzis.com

My first impression of this site is that it is very artistic looking. I like the design and the colors very much. It seems well thought out and well put together. It is professional, while at the same time showing a lot of personality. One of the first things that I see is the three […]

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Andrew’s review of marios.tziortzis.com

I immediately notice the color scheme and the logo. The typography is crisp and the man standing nearby gives me a comfortable feel. I can tell this is a personal site. The subheading “Thoughts, photos, and whatnot” is inviting and succinct. The navigation is clear. I like the effect around the photos and the content […]

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David’s Review of http://Marios.Tziortzis.com

The banner for Marios Tziortzis website is well placed. So long as it’s mostly for personal use, the name is not a huge problem. The purpose of Marios Tziortzis Personal Site (http://marios.tziortzis.com/) is to promote his work, his photography, and to claim his space on the Internet. I’m going to review this in my ordinary […]

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Matthew’s Review of PSDToLife.com

As I browse over the homepage of PSD To Life I understand this site offers PSD to HTML conversions. The home page is a bit cluttered and I am struggling to create a path. I want my eyes to establish primary content from secondary content. What is the most important here? Main Questions: I feel […]

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