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new portfolio site. decided to go with a modified wp theme this time as that's what im usually selling to my clients!
will be adding a blog called faq, where I will cover questions I always get asked by clients. hopefully good for google and good to explain in more detail my process and how I work to clients...
Very nice man, very nice.
-1 for using a wp theme though.
Hi Craig - it looks really nice.
It might just be me, but your logo at the top looks quite faint and weak contrasting to the imagery beneath it.
But technically as a freelancer - your face is part of your brand...
Yeh apart from the logo, there are some pretty bad colour contrast issues with some text areas.
wp theme - yeah, no need to use one at all, but I do more and more customised wp themes for clients nowadays and think it may be a useful tool to show what a theme can look like...
yeah logo colours are washed out but I think I like them like that...:)
Agree about the logo as I had to go back to check it out as I'd completely overlooked it before.
BTW. You didn't happen to play Doctor Who a while back did you?
yeah acting was so uncreative....
looking at the colours/contrasts but wilst I see I need it more readable I also want to keep the "look"
Looks nice and clean.
From a quick look through I did notice one spelling mistake.
Under Services > you have *Grahic Design* instead of *Graphic Design*
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