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Old 01-02-2008, 04:46 AM   #3
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Congratulations!! Overall I like it very much -- just about everything about it. I could make some knit-picking suggestions, but I'll skip them.

Are you expensive?? Perhaps, you should have a hint about pricing.

The "before and after" link came up blank. The light gray font on black was hard to see.

The homepage is very nice but small, and it takes a minute to think of going to the links. Maybe, you could bring a quicker focus to them.

I really like the portfolio page, the friends page, the overall color and layout.

The site makes you seem very professional and top quality.

George

(I tried your suggestion on using a document cleaning pad on an old print -- dang, it came out so beautiful, and an historic print company gave me a brand new beautiful mate to it, but it's not even as nice. So thanks for that.)
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