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Just my opinion..... Does my website have a professional, high-end feel? Why are why not? No. Using 3 separate typefaces - sans serif, serif, and script confuses the message. This is compounded when you change fonts mid-sentence like you've done with the script in the page content. "Creative designer of upscale and high-end" is an incomplete sentence. ...


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I find that the call to action blends into the rest of the design. Using a different color (green would work well) would make it stand out more. Another option is to give it more spacing. The design is ok, but I would stick to 2 fonts - the cursive font is hard to read, so might recommend dropping that. Also the design is a bit cramped in areas. I would ...


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Wow. That's like saying: "I have good design skills but I don't know to turn my design into a functioning website. Can you tell me how to write HTML, CSS, Javascript etc?" There is a lot involved here and we don't really know you or your background. I suppose the key here is for you to have an idea of what topics you have to cover and for you to understand ...


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Check out these courses on Website/App design on CodeSchool, it might help you. They are complete and show you how to choose the correct fonts, colors, and layout, according to wich type of website you want to build. You can also pay to have more, but I didn't have the occasion to try it out. I guess I can't give you any personal advice, because your ...



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