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    VectorLevel - Just Launched!

    http://vectorlevel.com

    It's a pretty basic design that I put together last night. Any suggestions on improvements?

    Thanks!

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    Not bad for a last night job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Orien View Post
    http://vectorlevel.com

    It's a pretty basic design that I put together last night. Any suggestions on improvements?

    Thanks!
    Lookin' good.

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    Honestly, I think it looks awesome the way it is. Nice, clean design which is easy on the eyes and easy to navigate. Great job.

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    Thanks for all the comments! I was hoping to create something different from the usual hosting websites.

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    I've done a few final visual enhancements to the design. How does it look now?

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    I like the banner you put on there, it gives the design more color.

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    Without looking very thoroughly, here's some of the things that stick out to me the most:

    1) The main VectorLevel logo/header has way too much white space. Trim it down so there's only about 10px on the top and bottom of that image. I'd try a different font other than your Arial (used on the website as well) to create some contrast.

    2) The 'main' image (ie: http://vectorlevel.com/images/plansheader.jpg) shouldn't be visible on every page. It should be used as a promotion area and I would restrict it to the main page only.

    3) For some reason, the 12px Arial font isn't sticking out to me at all. Either do something to increase its visibility (line height, alignment, etc.) or it definitely needs to change.

    4) Your plans should NEVER be listed as images. Make them text.

    HTH
    -Steve

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    Quote Originally Posted by sgarbus View Post
    Without looking very thoroughly, here's some of the things that stick out to me the most:

    1) The main VectorLevel logo/header has way too much white space. Trim it down so there's only about 10px on the top and bottom of that image. I'd try a different font other than your Arial (used on the website as well) to create some contrast.

    2) The 'main' image (ie: http://vectorlevel.com/images/plansheader.jpg) shouldn't be visible on every page. It should be used as a promotion area and I would restrict it to the main page only.

    3) For some reason, the 12px Arial font isn't sticking out to me at all. Either do something to increase its visibility (line height, alignment, etc.) or it definitely needs to change.

    4) Your plans should NEVER be listed as images. Make them text.

    HTH
    -Steve
    Thanks! I'll take a look at some of those now. Regarding the fonts, the font in the banner is Myriad Pro and the font on the website should be Verdana.

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    I think the site is kind of plan but not too bad for a few hours of work.

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