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    Full Member Bicko is on a distinguished road
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    Portfolio Header - WIP

    Yeah, its a wip but.... well v simple but want feedback before i continue.... :
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    Full Member Interactive is on a distinguished road
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    It's not to shabby but a bit bland. I like the logo and the 'curves' of it all, but again the colors are too bland. I'd also make your menu stick out a bit more. Good luck.

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    Active Member WorldBuilder is on a distinguished road
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    I agree with Interactive, Bicko. The design itself is really nice, but the colors look like my grandmother's old family room furniture. Faded green and orange just looks like a 60's kitchen, man! Go with something more "standoutish" (is that a word?)! I don't mean neon (after all, this isn't the 80's), but something more outlandish and modern. Maybe red's and blues. Even some stronger green & orange would be better.

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    The design is simple and clean, I would reccomend you to use more creativity. Put some effects in it, and add some images to the banner.

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    To me, the banner feels kind of musty and dry. But with some effects like the above have suggested, it would be better.

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    Hi Bicko,

    I like it - my only suggestion would to be to make the text more crisp is possible. They require a slight bit of eye strain to make out what is read. You may even want to experiment with something such as Photoshop's outline/border in the styles menu, with a size of 1, and maybe a colour of black.. - Anything to make the text more bold and surfaced.

    Cheers,

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