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I have been asked to rebuild the website for my local church, I just drafted up a quick and simple idea. I was aiming to make it very simplistic.

I was hoping for any views, improvements etc.

(Yes I know some things need to be moved around a bit, and there is a lot missing. This is just a shell/master page.)

Also, the border is intended to be part of the website.

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Edited by tiroshii, 13 January 2008 - 05:12 PM.

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I think it looks great for a front page. Its simple like you said but gets the point across. You may do different headers on your other pages that have to do with the different ministries and that will make it look more interactive, but I think its a great page :) I like the boarder too. It looks like a note or invitation from the church (which I believe the church would like). Im not sure what professional designers would say, but I think that not fallowing the rules sometimes gives you an advantage because it dosnt look like everyone elses page.
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