Not to shamelessly selfpromote, but...

Posted by: fnork

Not to shamelessly selfpromote, but... - 09/18/13 02:16 PM

...here's my website. It's still in need of some serious trimming, changing of layout and whatnot, but it's there now, with all of its imperfections. Have a look - feel free to drop a line in the guestbook.

http://martinmalmgren.jimdo.com/
Posted by: Nikolas

Re: Not to shamelessly selfpromote, but... - 09/18/13 03:20 PM

Checked it out and added the first comment! wink

Are you looking for feedback for the website as well? If so would you like it posted in public (here), through an email, through a PM, or nothing?

Sorry for asking...
Posted by: fnork

Re: Not to shamelessly selfpromote, but... - 09/18/13 03:23 PM

Feedback on the website is nice too, though bear in mind, this is a first effort and if money and time allows, I might hand the job over (with design, etc) to a professional. PM me.
Posted by: Allan W.

Re: Not to shamelessly selfpromote, but... - 09/18/13 03:32 PM

Prepare for tons of spambots on your guestbook. It gets pretty annoying.
Posted by: fnork

Re: Not to shamelessly selfpromote, but... - 09/18/13 03:34 PM

oh really? let's see...
Posted by: Nikolas

Re: Not to shamelessly selfpromote, but... - 09/18/13 03:35 PM

yup.

It must have an option to 'approve' the comments before they appear!
Posted by: fnork

Re: Not to shamelessly selfpromote, but... - 09/18/13 05:28 PM

I'm online often enough to keep track of such things. I'm not exactly expecting millions of hits per day, anyway.

Another thing I'm noticing, as feedback is coming on from all places, is how differently people perceive design versus actual content. As I've already pointed out, the page is totally in need of trimming and work - when time allows. I've noticed how some view it more from the point of view of the content and view it favorably, while others are severely disturbed by a not-too-sharp photo or bad design. Yeah, I'll clean those things up eventually (just as I say I'll clean my room...eventually) but for now, the most important thing is that the content is there, that the concert dates are there, that some mention of my current projects are there. More to come, too.