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lwetzel wrote:
Open for comments. Please be brutal!

http://artistatheart.coffeecup.com/

;)


Please check out the page"about" at phone widths
Interestingly the blank canvas for me is the most exciting part, the vision the creative juices run rampant. I also recently restarted my artists passion again after a 30 year hiatus, I'm alive again.
Well done just check out that page.

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I think the Photo page also should be looked at on a phone.
On a normal-sized computer, most of the images appear too small.
The page design is a bit dark but otherwise ok.
I'm not an artist, but I like looking at other people's work.
Ha en riktig god dag!
Inger, Norway
This site was made before we were able to create components through the app:
Component sharing for RFF, RBB, RSD and SD: https://eikweb.com/sharing/
My work in progress right now:
Components for the same as above + HTML Editor: https://mock-up.coffeecup.com


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Wayan Jaya Space Cadet wrote:
lwetzel wrote:
Open for comments. Please be brutal!

http://artistatheart.coffeecup.com/

;)


Please check out the page"about" at phone widths
Interestingly the blank canvas for me is the most exciting part, the vision the creative juices run rampant. I also recently restarted my artists passion again after a 30 year hiatus, I'm alive again.
Well done just check out that page.


Wayan,

Are you referring to the fact that It has place holder text? I do need to flesh that bit out I guess.

Thanks!
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Inger wrote:
I think the Photo page also should be looked at on a phone.
On a normal-sized computer, most of the images appear too small.
The page design is a bit dark but otherwise ok.
I'm not an artist, but I like looking at other people's work.


I agree with you. I should have checked it with my phone. I'm not sure how I will handle that page. On the large version, I was toying with popping up a large image when smaller is clicked. Don't think that will work on the phone still.

Thanks for the critique.
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If you do it as I have on my sharing site, under Galleries -> Zoom on hover, it will work on phones. To get the images back to thumbs you just tap beside them. First URL in my signature.
Ha en riktig god dag!
Inger, Norway
This site was made before we were able to create components through the app:
Component sharing for RFF, RBB, RSD and SD: https://eikweb.com/sharing/
My work in progress right now:
Components for the same as above + HTML Editor: https://mock-up.coffeecup.com


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lwetzel wrote:
Inger wrote:
I think the Photo page also should be looked at on a phone.
On a normal-sized computer, most of the images appear too small.
The page design is a bit dark but otherwise ok.
I'm not an artist, but I like looking at other people's work.


I agree with you. I should have checked it with my phone. I'm not sure how I will handle that page. On the large version, I was toying with popping up a large image when smaller is clicked. Don't think that will work on the phone still.

Thanks for the critique.


here's some food for thought

on mobile devices (including tablets etc) why have images so small that a user needs to enlarge them, why not have them large enough so that they don't need to do that. then on laptop/desktop/smart tv etc introduce the zoom or larger image view.

So many people seem to think that a design has to be the same at lower ends as it is at the higher end, which isn't the case at all, and site designer is a great tool that allows us to have different layouts/designs, images and even words if necessary with ease at different widths etc.

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lwetzel wrote:
Wayan Jaya Space Cadet wrote:
lwetzel wrote:
Open for comments. Please be brutal!

http://artistatheart.coffeecup.com/

;)


Please check out the page"about" at phone widths
Interestingly the blank canvas for me is the most exciting part, the vision the creative juices run rampant. I also recently restarted my artists passion again after a 30 year hiatus, I'm alive again.
Well done just check out that page.


Wayan,

Are you referring to the fact that It has place holder text? I do need to flesh that bit out I guess.

Thanks!


Yes it's a bit strange to start reading something, then get to that loreum ipsum stuff, better not to have it and just go with what you have, and fill it out as tome goes on

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Yes it's a bit strange to start reading something, then get to that loreum ipsum stuff, better not to have it and just go with what you have, and fill it out as tome goes on


True, that!
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My latest project:

https://www.friendscafe.co.za/

I used the following for the design:

1) Site Designer 5.0
2) Materialize Framework
3) Web Form Builder
4) Components from various resources

Any feedback would be appreciated
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Chris wrote:
My latest project:

https://www.friendscafe.co.za/

I used the following for the design:

1) Site Designer 5.0
2) Materialize Framework
3) Web Form Builder
4) Components from various resources

Any feedback would be appreciated


The indoor gallery button shows page not found for me here. Otherwise everything else seems ok

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