[thelist] site re-test

partyarmy partyarmy at gmail.com
Sat Nov 6 21:39:55 CST 2004

great help. thanks again guys, and ladies. this is my first forray
into web design and development and so far it's been pretty neat.
normally i'm an all backend kinda guy, if ya know what i mean, so the
usability/design and even the grammer that goes into websites is all
new to me. keep the criticism coming.

On Sat, 6 Nov 2004 16:29:40 -0800, David Siedband
<technique at oceanicsky.com> wrote:
> Your markup and your styles look clean.
> A good community site needs an identity.  Why should someone join this
> site?  What kind of people will they find there?  Is this just an
> underground site for people you know, or does it revolve around a
> common interest or activity?
> The index page needs more content.  This is where you describe the
> site's identity, and make people want to join.  Consider putting the
> user photos in 1 or 2 columns on one or both sides.  Consider adding
> some functionality that takes more content from within the site and
> takes a recent or random selections similar to what you have for the
> photos.  Things like "photo of the day", or "next 5 events"
> The tour page doesn't really provide a tour at this point...
> Merriam-Webster defines a tour as "a journey for business, pleasure, or
> education often involving a series of stops and ending at the starting
> point".  This tour doesn't take me anywhere it just describes some
> features.  Consider a tour that consists of several pages, containing
> images of each of the features you list there.  Show an example photo
> gallery or an event.
> hope this helps
> --
> David
> On Nov 4, 2004, at 2:33 PM, partyarmy wrote:
> > I know i posted this a week or two ago, but i only got one response.
> >
> > I've finished up my site more or less (in beta now at least), but
> > still need to work some kinks out. What kinks? What kinks exactly.
> > Hopefully you guys can let me know where design/developement could be
> > improved. Cross browser usability, features that should/shouldn't be
> > there. Things that should work, but don't, or things that don't work
> > as expected, etc...
> >
> > http://www.exploded.org/ is the url.
> >
> > Thanks friends.
> >
> > Codi Lechasseur
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