[thelist] Site Check : http://www.rapidfiregames.com

Dry Martini latte_to_go at yahoo.co.uk
Sat Jul 6 16:43:00 CDT 2002

looks good on win2000, ie 6.0

However, consider your width for 600x800? The site is
a bit too wide.

More importantly, i think the the brand and logo are
*too* abstract. This is despite your taget market. See
http://www.navy.com for a great brand execution and

Secondly, i think the use of space is too generous.
After 400 pixles from top to middle, there is only a
logo and less than 50% of navigational functions

I suggest reduce logo, and move some functions to the
top of the page. Just look at the efficiency of
amazon.com and the new http://www.yahoo.com/. Both of
these sites are clean and highly finctional within the
top 250 pixels.

This will give you further flexibility as gaming
devices such as xbox come online!


Mike Parsons

 --- Jason Cartwright <mail at jasoncartwright.com>
wrote: > Think about your audience - which I guess is
> They almost always
> use Windows (99% of games only run on Windows), at a
> higher resolution
> than average (they spend money on GFX cards), and
> often on a broadband
> connection (better ping).
> We took this into account when redesigning our
> gaming site
> <plug>www.ferrago.co.uk</plug>
> Jason
> www.jasoncartwright.com
> > -----Original Message-----
> > 	Just wanting to get a prelimenary site check for
> http://www.rapidfiregames.com on Linux and
> Macintosh. Checked on IE and
> Moz on PC with no visible glitches.
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