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maybe a serif font in italic and a bit smaller for the wine description? at 1024 h-res the page looks a bit crowded.
feels like a template site - needs something to make it stand out a bit more...the nav on the left is a little big...overall i do like the colors and type, although it is quite simple...who is your audience?
the audience is basically restoraunt buyers who buy good wine in bulk. they wont be buying by the bottle but but by the case.
It's definitely pretty straightforward and clear which is good for your audience...can you maybe bold the price so it stands out? Also, will they possible be on 800 by 600 res? Id have to see the map thing in action before I critique that, as it all would depend on the usability of it...hope that helps
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(Mar 12 07, 05:47)
it's not up anymore...
lol geocities. I remember that.
geocities is old school.
they hosted my very first website.
ahh the memories...
is tht what hapens when bandwith esceeds the limit??? ur stie goes off line for the rest of the month????
hope not im on over 50% usage and its only the 12th! :(
My site is still under "The Wayback Machine" but it's one of those links that doesn't actually work.
I still can't believe it was up for like 5 years though. It must've been deleted as soon as Geocities combined with other companies.
The nav is too big and needs to move over to the left. Maybe not flush against the edge of the broswer since the links are centered on that graphic, but right now you just have 100 px+ dead space to the left.
The ghosted "Products" behind the header is superfluous.
Take down the font size a bit. I'd recommend using Georgia as the default for text.