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I’m rather speechless now, that is quite an extraordinary achievement. Thanks for the Motivation.
It seems there are no item requests on photodune yet.. let’s start then.I’m looking for photographs similar to these: http://img822.imageshack.us/img822/8122/beforeaftersa.jpg
I need several head shots of middle aged men and women (dark hair only), taken slightly from the above, to illustrate hair loss. Ideally at least two different photos per person, preferably on a plain background.
Can anyone help? I’m sorry for this poor quality scan, but that’s the best i can provide to exactly describe what i need.
Fantastic. Thanks a lot for implementing this.
It’s just too early to jump on board the HTML5 train.
I do agree, partly, but it is a double-sided sword. Once more and more sites begin to utilize HTML5 , users will want to switch to browsers that support it naturally (at least that’s the ideal situation). I remember observing a kind of revolution happening in the agencies, when about a year or two ago people started saying “no, we simply don’t support IE6 any more, [reasons here]). IE6 is almost a non-existing thing right now, but well.. it took 10 years to get rid of it, still? Anyway, i think that mentality of users evolved, and they (customers and laymen) are more eager to upgrade their software. They did it once, noticed the improvement, won’t be that hard convince them again, IMHO .
Good one with the buttons. I like that they are more consistent. Not so sure about links colours…
I would also suggest looking into support section design. After submitting a case, the whole thing looks a bit raw, needs some adjusting, in my humble opinion.