> Daniel > >> Mike, nicely done! I'm building a site for a foundation client (http://www.fbook.me/cff) and may seek inspiration from your superlative example. > > Thank you. > >> What software did you use? > > WordPress, using the "Obscure" theme by WPCrunchy. > http://wpcrunchy.com/ > >> An observation: You included links in your roster of clients (Design Samples/Client Pages), but when I click on the links, each sez the sites are protected and asks for a password. Did I miss something? IMHO, I don't think such a site belongs in your portfolio if one can't review it and see your work. > > Those are private pages for my clients to see their works in progress. It didn't occur to me that a visitor would think they were portfolio pages separated by clients. I moved it up onto the menu and added a notice on the page. Is that better? > > > | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | > Michael Brady > www.michaelbradydesign.com/Blog/ > firstname.lastname@example.org > Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/typehuile > LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/typehuile > Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/typehuile > > "Thinking Like a Designer" is now available at > https://www.createspace.com/3462255 or http://snipurl.com/z43se > > Attend the Communication Central conference "Finding Your Niche/Expanding Your Horizons" > October 1 and 2, Rochester, NY. www.communication-central.com > > > -- > This list is a free service of LassoSoft: http://www.LassoSoft.com/ > Search the list archives: http://www.ListSearch.com/InDesign/Browse/ > Manage your subscription: http://www.ListSearch.com/InDesign/ > >
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