This is where I work.
I think I have the cleanest table in the office.
This is my home setup.
- The Wacom pad isn’t usually there (nor do the two iPhones), but anyway.
- Hidden somewhere in the room, there is a 2TB media server, an all-in-one printer and a UPS .
Looks like I’m going to submit some files for sale after all.
On the “Pick a Project” page, you need to stop the animation queue from building up: http://www.learningjquery.com/2009/01/quick-tip-prevent-animation-queue-buildup
I recommend this book: http://www.amazon.com/PHP-MySQL-Web-Development-4th/dp/0672329166/ref=pd_cp_b_0
Just sent the invitations to all of those who submitted their emails. There are about 20 more left.
So, it appears Google has loosen up their Wave seating.
I’ve got 40+ invitations, so I am giving them away to those of you who still haven’t got a Wave account.
Simply fill out the form below and I will send you an invitation shortly (within 24 hours).
The form will automatically close once the number is reached.
Hmm, the typeface, I don’t really dig it, especially when it’s used in square block containers, they just don’t go very well together. I suggest play with a couple of different typefaces and/or adding some rounded corners to the block containers.
The header needs work. Such a large block just to host a logo is a waste of real estate. Either decrease the height of the header, or make it more valuable.
The alignment of the hero image is weird. If I were you, I’d try to align the content of the hero block (the hero image + the text + the “Learn More” button) up with the main text (“What Do We Do?” and Sponsors).
Again, the size of the “Learn More” button is awkward. Perhaps try to make it wide enough so it aligns up with the text above it (and make the paragraph text alignment “justified”).
The “What Do We Do?” heading and it’s content aren’t aligned up properly.
Get rid of the drop shadow under the sponsor banners, or at least make the drop shadows a lot lighter so it won’t “stick out” so much.
“What Do We Do?” and “Sponsors” are in the same importance level (according to your typeface), so why the inconsistent of underlines?
In the testimonial block, the “by….” line needs some padding adjustment.
Just my 2 cents.
Oh and by the way, have you tried using one of the Photoshop grids such as 960gs?