View Full Version : 3MGFX Design
06-12-2003, 02:36 AM
This is my new graphic design website that I recently finished at the end of last month. Enjoy!
11-12-2003, 08:55 AM
nice design BUT if someone has a modem i guess it takes ages to load!To much images to load is my opinion,But a nice design :)
11-12-2003, 02:41 PM
i don't like it... the reason...
1) i don't like the colours schema... i think that the menu need some overhang colors....
2) it's too heavy... did u simplify the pictures?
11-12-2003, 08:10 PM
thanx for the feedback..
as for Rosa, I can definately see where you're coming from..I didn't really want the professional look for Version 1..but my next layout (which I'll start working on next year) will be much more simple and much more elegant with a luxiourous-like style..I'm going to experiment with different ideas for the first few web designs..but I'm open to constructive criticism..
However, I don't exactly know what you mean by simplyfying the images
11-12-2003, 08:37 PM
when i said 'did you simplify the pictures?', when you are exporting the picture, you choose a format (jpeg, gif, and so on) and ordinarily, for a website, you have to decrease it quality (or the site will take a eternity to download)... but, obviously, always paying attention to the lost of quality....
i hope u'd understood know..... :)
12-12-2003, 02:14 AM
oh ok..yeah, I understand now..I saved em' as high quality jpeg files..I thought the preloader would increase the loading rate though..what type of internet connection do you have and how long does it take to load for you? This will probably help me with configuration..but I'm definately going to make a new layout soon
12-12-2003, 03:14 AM
They all in .jpeg format?? sometimes .gif is too much small than that... take one of your .jpeg pictures and export it on the .gif format.... i thought that in this way, your pic will be smallest
about the time for download, im using a broadband connection (adsl) 256 kbps... but i use emule app, and it could interfere on the download rate....
all that i wanna say is that... try always to keep your pictures in one format that keep it smaller... even so, try to decrease it quality until you seen that do it sufficient enough without plenty loss of quality...
hope that i've helped you.... cheersss
12-12-2003, 07:51 PM
I made a mistake..they ARE in .gif format..I just remembered that I converted them a while back
and yes, you have helped me out quite a bit..thank you
13-12-2003, 04:33 PM
takes about 20 seconds to load here :)
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