From: Daniel Wallin (dalwan01_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-11-20 12:08:11
Rene Rivera wrote:
> Daniel Wallin wrote:
>> It's nice, but: I don't like the vertical logo and the blank space in
>> the upper left corner. And I think the icons looks out of place. Perhaps
>> they should be smaller and placed next to the headings (which I don't
>> think should be removed)?
>> Could the body text size be one step smaller perhaps? For some reason I
>> find it a bit hard to read in IE @ 1280x1024 because the font is so big.
>> Maybe that's just me though..
> I think it's just you... I don't set the size at all for the body text.
> So it's set to whatever your preferences you decided you wanted in your
> browser. Making other texts larger and smaller is fine, but changing the
> size of regular text on the user is just rude :-)
I don't know, almost all websites I know that use sans serifs has the
font size that I posted. If I configure my browser to use a smaller
font-size I won't be able to read those sites.
> I debated what to do with the top left corner, had the menus all the way
> up for a while with no space. It does need some space there, either as
> whitespace or an image, as otherwise it gets to crowded at top.
Yeah, well. I think you should rotate the logo and put it there. Like in
the png i sent.
> What makes you feel the icons are out of place? Is it only the aspect
> that they show up large on you screen?
No, I also don't think the colors fit. And that it looks strange with
the dashed line coming out of the icon 1/4 from the top. It just looks
odd. I think that if you have to have icons, they should be next to a
large text heading, or right aligned where they don't have such a strong
Oh, and in the latest version I think the borders around the menu are
Don't get me wrong, I think you are doing a great job with this. I just
want to reach perfection. ;)
-- Daniel Wallin
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