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I need some advice for my site design


Currently my site is not using CSS. The thing I want to do with it
is, I think, it needs a face lift, otherwise, it may look boring,
target audience seems very much into visual stuff, flushy, fluffy or
the site may need to look some sort of 'professional' touch.

Options for its face lift?:
-- hire some graphics designer to touch it up;
-- playing with CSS and use that to dress it up a bit;
-- find some creative student do it at little cost
-- ?

Also, keep in mind I want the site/app to load FAST like now.

Your thought?

Thks.

Oct 25 '07 #1
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On 10/24/07 08:21 pm, ta********@gmail.com wrote:
Currently my site is not using CSS. The thing I want to do with it
is, I think, it needs a face lift, otherwise, it may look boring,
target audience seems very much into visual stuff, flushy, fluffy or
the site may need to look some sort of 'professional' touch.
Then you need a professional to touch it up.
And I presume you mean *your* target market.
Options for its face lift?:
-- hire some graphics designer to touch it up;
Good idea if
1. The designer is also expert at HTML/CSS. Not many seem to be.
2. Or, you can take the graphics design and do the HTML/CSS yourself
-- playing with CSS and use that to dress it up a bit;
Bad idea. CSS is useful *after* you have a site design.
-- find some creative student do it at little cost
Might work. Depends on the student. Same considerations as above only
cheaper.

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Oct 25 '07 #2
On Oct 25, 2:31 am, Jim Moe <jmm-list.AXSPA...@sohnen-moe.comwrote:
On 10/24/07 08:21 pm, tatata9...@gmail.com wrote:Currently my site is not using CSS. The thing I want to do with it
is, I think, it needs a face lift, otherwise, it may look boring,
target audience seems very much into visual stuff, flushy, fluffy or
the site may need to look some sort of 'professional' touch.

Then you need a professional to touch it up.
And I presume you mean *your* target market.
Options for its face lift?:
-- hire some graphics designer to touch it up;

Good idea if
1. The designer is also expert at HTML/CSS. Not many seem to be.
2. Or, you can take the graphics design and do the HTML/CSS yourself
-- playing with CSS and use that to dress it up a bit;

Bad idea. CSS is useful *after* you have a site design.
Probably I did not get my point cross well, I meant, some sort of
design first then CSS.

-- find some creative student do it at little cost

Might work. Depends on the student. Same considerations as above only
cheaper.
What might a good source to reach this type of students?

Thanks.
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jmm (hyphen) list (at) sohnen-moe (dot) com
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Oct 25 '07 #3

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