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Guest Nathalie

Nathalie's new porfolio

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Guest greg

;) !! Pink !! ;)

 

to be serious, maybe if your portfolio was in English it would better, wider audience, and maybe some explainations about your projects, i can see the photos but no idea about what this can be.

 

Then, everything is in a language i can't understand :) ( and the gasten link doesn't work on my machine :huh: ) so i can't say so much...

 

:)

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Guest Nathalie

I think it's a good idea to also make my site in english. Have to work on that... And about the pictures, I planned to add some text, but didn't have time so far.

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Guest benko

I like the bottle opener by the way .... but yes you probably need an english version to be understandable by almost everyone... even if its a shitty english like mine ...its better than nothing lol

Nice pink , i didnt find the scroll bar at the beginning ...

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Guest Nathalie

I finally had time to put some of the pictures back online. Still more work to do! Not yet in english but to help you: 'lijmdispenser' is translated as 'gluedispenser', and 'straatmeubilair' is 'streetfurniture'.

 

I'll work on an english version and some more pictures!

 

Greetz

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Nice redesign of your site, I like the split layout and easy navigation (oh, and it's really fast as well, which is always a bonus :) )

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Guest Nathalie

well... I see it to. You'll probebly don't believe it, but I did not base my new design on Smool's site. Very unlucky. :)

 

I was filnally happy with it and now I can start allover again... :)

 

So... work to do! :)

 

(or do you think I can let it be like it is now?)

 

Greetz

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yeah that's bad luck.. but I wouldn't go and change things over again though.. perhaps some minor changes (perhaps move the navigation bar to the top instead of the bottom?) you can make it more different, but I wouldn't worry about it, there's so many websites that look kinda like eachother..

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Guest Nathalie

Well... I've decided to keep it this way. Moving the navigation tot the top isn't really an option. That way it would look more like Smool's website i think.

 

I've put some more pictures on the site and I'm still working on an english version. It's almost ready. Hope you'll like it!

 

Greetz

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Guest ideosyncrasy

Hello Natalie,

 

I like the fact that in Design Schools in the Netherlands projects always have to be presented with a full size or scaled model, if you have a good render it's a plus. Speaking in my personal experience, during my education, a model was not a required "field" to be completed and of course the result was: glamorous renderings and little ergonomic thinking, good styling and bad design. I think a model is fundamental to understand the relation between the human body and the product, i do that often now but I’ve made some mistakes in the past.. -_-

 

(..and now just throwing a question in the air...)

 

Is it me, or there is little participation of female designers in this forums??

 

Regards and good luck,

Ricardo

 

:D

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Guest Nathalie

I'm a big fan of full size models. During the making of my models I keep on changing the design untill I like how it looks. You can keep on scetching all day and think about you design. But when making al model you can get a better look at the problems that are still existing in the design.

 

... and as for the female participation... the more the better I think! :D

 

Greetz

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