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Fantastic site. What did you use to design your site with?
For those of you who haven't seen it, http://www.digitalmntsnow.com/NDC/index-1.html
and also check out http://www.digitalmntsnow.com
Great sites guys, but Mntsnow, your site is a little too complicated for me to try and design. Great look though. Obviously a lot of hard work went into it!
NDC, Dude, Its really excellent. Other so-called "commercial" sites should be so good!!
Excellent Job and an inspiration for all of us.
Look forward to your updating it and putting up more links to useful software.
You even have a Copy Protection on it. Excellent.
Thanks for the compliment guys. I'm actually a newbie to the web design world. My profession is graphic design so that did help a bit. Web design is something I do on my spare time to get some experience...
The applications I used to make the sites were:
Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Image Ready, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Go Live, & Macromedia Flash.
Here's another site I'm working on for my gaming buddies!
NDC's Design Reality
[This message has been edited by NDC (edited 09-07-2001).]
Thanks for the complements edwelly
btw. I've done everything in Frontpage with a bit of "hand hardcoding" for some of the odd-ball stuff. Of course I've had some graphic and multimedia help with NDC (graphic's for the Forums & ect) and Socalgal (she did the flash intro to my site)
Should this topic be in Programming and Web Development?
I think we'll get more responses that way.
Yeah, it's really cool, I like it too .
Yeah...I think I will move it to Web
You did all of that with Frontpage, WOW I am really impressed now. I didn't know FP could render something like that.
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