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Neosovereign

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For the Robotics Team at my school I am creating a site.
What I'm going for is to create a good template that can be used each year anc customized to fit each specific contest that comes up.
The old site is: Here
As you can see, its not very good, and is way to contest specific(each contest is different, requireing a different robot)
I need some Ideas on what to do.


}~~~I'm also creating my own site, the problem is that I don't know what to make as the main point, I know some content, (firefox related stuff come here) but I don't know a good topic to use I like Gaming(Nintendo, Zelda specifically) and Anime, I'm pretty computer literate, but I just can't figure out what to do. Plus I would like additional content to add...

Help greatly appreciated :whistling:
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TaNkZ101

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I doubt anyone can help you with creativity. brainstorm! That's the only way I finally found out how to call my web design company
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Brainstorm is a good way to do things.

Ive recently just finished my css design site which is www.allsortshop.com and its made with css and looks great!

Templates are easy to make. Have a look around at all different websites and have a look at some of their designs so then you can make your own design up.

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I wouldn't give your website too much cred Allsort haha, kidding man. But Going intog graphic design come fall and currently taking 3 art classes, I can tell you some things to make your website even better:
-Tone down some of the colors: Orange on blue doesn't work well (hard to read) but otherwise, just soften some, make it easier on the eyes :whistling:
-Most of the links give you a URL error, are you aware of this?

As for you Neo, creativity can't be taught. You experiment and see what looks good and what looks like crap, all experimentation. A website is visually apealing if:
-Text is easy to read/there aren't pages of solid text, nobody will read it
-Colors are soft/not too distracting from what the viewer should be looking at
-Links that go places, or at least "Coming Soon!" not just blank pages with nothing

Try out some stuff and post up a link!

Edited by BlackPandemic, 06 May 2006 - 11:13 PM.

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Neosovereign

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*I'll check on the links...

I didn't create the Robotics Website that exists right now. I'm creating a new on right now for the next contest.
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