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Thread: My online portfolio

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    Default My online portfolio

    Ok, I know there isn't much information on it at as I'm currently writing it out and adding to the site.

    But what I have so far I've added.

    I would like some feed back on what's missing (except more information ), or if the site's looking good so far as a whole.

    http://darrenfurborough.games-designer.co.uk/

    All feed back is welcome

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    Very nice!

    Personally, I think portfolios need to be bright and welcoming. It being black and white and having a skull on it, doesn't seem very inviting.

    Just my opinion. Though, it does look good, and perhaps I will change my mind when more information is added to it.

    Good job!

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    I do agree but it was the 1st theme I saw and liked, but hopefully I'll find another I like to change it to.

    But it should look better when there's alot more information and stuff on it to bulk it out.

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    it looks good. your off to a good start keep it up.

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    Can't load the site. Is it a recently brought domain?


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    Simple, straightforward and fairly easy on the eyes. IMO needs a post "about me" or something like it to put in a summary of what you want to do / have skills in.

    And definitely needs content adding in. But you knew that already. :-)

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    Thanks for the feedback guys it is appreciated.

    I will be adding more information as i slowly progress with the course.

    And as the about me, I will add one but I'll do that once i have the site how i want it.

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    OK after some long painful hours.

    I have finally got my portfolio how i like it.

    All opinions and views welcome. (Don't complain about lack of information in places as I'm slowly working on it)

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    I like the layout of your site. The theme itself in my opinion is quite fine, it can seem to some people to be inappropriate but I do disagree with this. It is hard to find themes that you personally like on some of the sites you can use, take a look at mine it's really awful and I want to change it eventually.

    The pages that have text on them are set out in a way that it is easy to read. There are a couple of spelling errors in the storyline part of Bob and Jeff. Some sentances could also do with breaking up with commas and some even split into separate sentances. (Saying that though I was looking through some of my downloads and found some errors in them, so will have to redo them. If you can get someone to proof read your work it is really helpful, as we all miss things sometimes) All in all a good storyline though.

    It would be nice to see small profile pics of the main characters placed next to their bio's, once you have them ready to upload.

    Really good start on your online portfolio.

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