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  1. In Topic: Rusnak CMS - An easy to use Content Management System

    Posted 11 Feb 2015

    Awesome project. I don't have the time to pull it, but I work with WP and EE on a daily basis so it's cool to see someone working on their own. I've got to ask, are you doing this for fun? Or would you like to make some money down the line? I hear there's a lot of fuss, and potentially $$$, over making a quality Node CMS.
  2. In Topic: Looking for Website builders/Designers

    Posted 31 Jan 2014

    You can pay for a lawyer, but you cannot pay for a developer?

    Who doesn't have a "very lucrative idea" these days.
  3. In Topic: ReadabilityHub - a writing feedback tool

    Posted 25 Jan 2014

    Defensive? No! I'm simply curious to see some data behind your argument, so that way I can judge the validity of it. You've provided an opinion that could require large changes to my website if you're correct; I assumed that you'd be flattered that I want to hear more about it, and happy to know that I had logically (what I consider logical) thought out the layout before developing it.

    Thank you anyhow.
  4. In Topic: ReadabilityHub - a writing feedback tool

    Posted 25 Jan 2014

    Thank you for a more detailed analysis! I hate to notice that it was written with spiteful bias, but either way, much better!

    I don't tend to argue against criticism, but I must say that your opinion on the layout is supported by only your chronological argument, which makes it simpler for the user to backtrack, and my page not being suited for it because each section is discussing a seperate matter. But I tend to learn lessons from successful design paradigms, and this layout for a landing page seems to have done well as long as there is a main navigation available at all times. This navigation exists at the top of the page, allowing the user to move around the page quickly, with an expectation of what to find. Modi's comment about the order of them in relation to the navigation, though, I find valid. I'm always willing to change my viewpoint, perhaps you could give me some sources that discuss different landing page layouts and their subsequent effect on conversion rates, bounce rates, and the like. That'd be much appreciated!
  5. In Topic: ReadabilityHub - a writing feedback tool

    Posted 25 Jan 2014

    View Postjon.kiparsky, on 25 January 2014 - 03:10 AM, said:

    Toilet-paper layout. I left.

    In all my work, I've yet to hear of a toilet-paper layout! Very interesting, but I must say that the stylistic choices were intentional, and your unconstructive criticism has been taken with a grain of salt.

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