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Posted 18 March 2002 - 01:14 PM

http://www.hyper-commercialism.org/

the basic ideas is that the site is a work in progress.
new content is added at my leisure, and old content is modified.


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Re: hyper-commercilism.org

Posted 18 March 2002 - 01:17 PM

very nice man but whats the point of it?
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Re: hyper-commercilism.org

Posted 18 March 2002 - 01:19 PM

I'm liking it thus far, may want to consider going full page with it.
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Re: hyper-commercilism.org

Posted 18 March 2002 - 01:41 PM

I like it.  No real criticizm here.
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Re: hyper-commercilism.org

Posted 18 March 2002 - 03:09 PM

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it's work in progress. much like performance art, you need to experience it in order to appreciate it.

Usally when I design somethting(web, print, whatever) I'm never happy with it, I'm allways looking for ways to make it better.

So, the idea behind this site is an attempt to have the end user experince a little piece of my creative process in action. I have only a vauge idea of where the site is going... By posting changes and modifications to exsiting code and art and positng new content, as oppsoed to a completly finished site, the end user will get a "feel" for my creative process, assuming they visit the site every now then.

I find that workign in this way gives me far more freedom to explore the meduim(flash 5 and the internet) I'm designing in than slaving away at a computer for hours on end till I come up with "something good" to post.

   

 

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Re: hyper-commercilism.org

Posted 18 March 2002 - 05:16 PM

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Quote: from eurotrash on 5:09 pm on Mar. 18, 2002
Usally when I design somethting(web, print, whatever) I'm never happy with it, I'm allways looking for ways to make it better.

yeah me too with in the year i had BBN.com up its had like 25 layouts... lol
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Posted 18 March 2002 - 07:52 PM

I think the path you have laid out on your personal page a long with this post shows you are starting to explore the more artistic aspect of web design. It's interesting to see this almost before our eyes. I wish you luck, and keep us informed as you go.
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Posted 19 March 2002 - 01:07 PM

interesting.  personally i like a challenging site, as long as it's visually appealing. keep it up!
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Re: hyper-commercilism.org

Posted 22 March 2002 - 02:25 PM

Eh, I'm kind of macho when it comes to color, but like has been said elsewhere, you can't do color for EVERYONE. (I don't like pink either)

I don't know if it's just my computer or what (I have a LOT of stuff open here at work... haha work...) but I have trouble with the pop-up windows. Users should be considered "dumb", and they will let a popup fall behind the main window. It works good as long as you close each one after opening, but if you leave 1 open, the next one freaks out and doesn't load properly. Is this just me?

Anyway, try putting window.focus() in the body onload for each popup page. This will stop them from reloading the same page into a "hidden" or background popup, and losing the window all-together.

Also, you could put window.close() or window.focus() in the window.blur event. OR, loop window.focus twice a second or so. This will keep open windows in front.

I am a dinosaur, and thankfully there isn't much dino-interest in the web... Such a tard, I couldn't even find the links FOREVER!!! Ouch... Learn something new every day.

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