Ok I have shown you the red version of my website.
Try out the blue version.
I have completely changed the colors, what do you think.
I assume it's pretty nice. But I need to see it first. Where's the link?
looks good ) i like the links
rh71, how about checking his profile? ;p
Are there any errors on the website which might need to be fixed??
oh sorry how about this http://www.samcolebatch.com
[This message has been edited by killmaster (edited 08-20-2001).]
You mean I have to be proactive around here?! No way!!!
I like the color scheme. Simple and effective design... just gotta work on your header graphic unless you intended it to be like that. The lack of images throughout the site also makes it load everything pretty darn quick... good planning.
Do you really work for IBM
If so are they offering some form of websitedesign traineeship??
or IT Traineeship
Well as you may know, the company is HUGE. They do have a location right there in Sydney. I'm in Service Delivery (web design/development for corporate customers) which is the Global Services division of IBM. I wouldn't know if they have anything for you over there, but check out the ExtremeBlue program: http://www-913.ibm.com/employment/us/extremeblue/
As for myself, I didn't go through any trainee period... they "threw me to the wolves" as they put it... and it's helped me learn a lot faster on the job. My advice to you is to keep playing around with everything you can get your hands on. I don't know your age, but do as many internships as possible in school to get related job experience.
I left school in the year 1999, I am currently re-doing a couple of subjects in Software Applications 3.
I am 19 years old.
thanks for the info
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