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    ameliafranz
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    I’ve just redone my professional site using Metro. I didn’t really change much because I already liked the design so much. I appreciate any feedback!

    http://franzworks.com

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    #18303

    Kraft
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    I really like Metro too. It’s a great theme!


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    #18326

    wp guy
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    One of the better sites I’ve seen recently. Professional and right to the point. BTW, I also live in the Baltimore area. Only comment I have is cropping your browser tabs on your portfolio pics. And if you want to take “full site” screenshots of an entire site you designed, you can use a site like Snapito.

    #18328

    ameliafranz
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    Ooh, that is useful! Thanks, wpguy. I just took them with the screenshot camera on my Mac. I’ll check out Snapito and yes, cropping the browser tabs would look more professional. I’m really new to all this. I’ve been playing around like mad with WP the past year and a half or so, but just now throwing my freelancer hat into the ring.

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    Summer
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    I used to use the Paparazzi app on the Mac to take full page website snapshots, but when stopped working I was lost.

    Now that I can use Chrome, I do like using the Screen Capture extension; gives several options for visible window or full page.


    #18646

    ithacaindy
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    Very nice. The design is user-centric as well as appealing to the eye, following the current ‘flat’ design principals. One potential improvement: exchange the current “fuzz” .jpg images with clearer .png files.

     

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