[LLVMdev] Web Site Re-Design
resistor at mac.com
Fri Jul 27 20:13:02 CDT 2007
Wow, that looks really good. I'm amused to see code I wrote in the
background of the logo. ;-)
My only concerns have already been voiced by others, but I thought
I'd throw my vote behind them too:
1) I'd like it if the body test could be a little bit darker.
Doesn't need to be purely black, but I think it's a bit too light
2) The footer looks out of place. Part of that may just be its
coloring: it doesn't go with anything else on the page.
On Jul 27, 2007, at 5:04 PM, Gabriel McArthur wrote:
> I offered to do the web site a couple of weeks ago. Life got in the
> way temporarily, and it took me a long time to make it look the way
> that I wanted and to make it look the same in IE6. Anyway, I wanted
> to get some feedback on what I had done.
> Some concerns:
> their own look and feel by overriding the CSS (...cascading...) --
> all of the images are in the CSS, not the page.
> 2. It relies rather heavily on transparent PNGs, which may cause
> problems for some (though I have yet to encounter any in the 4
> browsers I have tried)
> 3. I only have 2 screen resolutions to try it out on, so I'm not
> sure if anyone else out there will have any rendering issues (it
> looks a little "chunky" in Safari -- will investigate further).
> 4. I have only finished the first page and part of the Download page
> (some of the site is really kind of confusing -- that needs to be
> resolved by someone, and I'll try more as I go along)
> 5. I would recommend establishing a wiki or "CRM" system where
> everybody who is registered (trusted users/whatever) can contribute;
> that might help to cut back on the profusion/diaspora/melee of
> information, some of which can and should be updated more frequently
> and with less of a hassle than putting it into SVN/CVS.
> 6. Lastly, and most importantly, I am not a professional web
> designer or graphic artist, so I definitely need some feedback about
> things people don't like/would like to see changed.
> P.S. The image files are from Illustrator CS2 (another thing I needed
> to get better at in order to do this); please email the list to let
> me know if you would like to play around with them. (If you don't
> have a copy, somebody out there might know somebody who could let 'em
> have it for cheap.... wink wink, nudge nudge.)
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