The launch of Surf Images

 
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Jack English
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PostPosted: Fri Dec 10, 2010 12:28 am    Post subject: The launch of Surf Images Reply with quote

Over a year in the making and we have finally went live. I have not sent out an official press release yet. There are still more surfers and locations I want to upload before I do. (still months away..)

the site: http://www.surfimages.com

any feedback is appreciated (good and bad)
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 12, 2010 6:27 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I think it would be more interesting and informative to have your link (Jack English) more prominent. The bottom nav is completely cut off on my MacBook Pro, and if I did not scroll I would not see any of it. Other than that, I think the layout looks great.
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 13, 2010 12:01 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Gordon Moat wrote:
I think it would be more interesting and informative to have your link (Jack English) more prominent. The bottom nav is completely cut off on my MacBook Pro, and if I did not scroll I would not see any of it. Other than that, I think the layout looks great.


Hi Gordon thanks for the feedback.

Yeah, on the old surf images site, I did have a large graphic with Jack English Photography on it and the user was able to click on it and it would go to my site
http://www.jackenglish.com

Having the new site I kind of wanted to separate the two so it wouldn't confuse anyone. It's kind of a weird position when your playing both sides of the fence; on one end I am a photographer and the other I am a stock site.
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PostPosted: Tue Mar 29, 2011 12:04 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Gordon Moat wrote:
I think it would be more interesting and informative to have your link (Jack English) more prominent. The bottom nav is completely cut off on my MacBook Pro, and if I did not scroll I would not see any of it. Other than that, I think the layout looks great.


Gordon I took you up on your suggestion as I ran it by my web designer and he said cross promotion is a good thing. So I added a Jack English banner. Have a look when you can http://www.surfimages.com

The guy wearing the glasses is not me nor some cartel member, but a pro surfer/musician named Donavon Frankenreiter http://www.donavonf.com

I actually took that picture with a point and shoot camera (b&W/scala film).
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