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Robert

Posted: 4/30/2009
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Quote Robert:

My creatations :-) Http://www.aikidostage.nl
Http://www.aikidorotterdam.com
Typo Creations
:-/
 
S Dawkins

Posted: 4/30/2009
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Here is my first attempt.
I also made it a html and skinned it into smarty for the wp area.
http://www.atemplatefree.com
 
Dennys

Posted: 5/4/2009
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Good works !!

Look at my first creation on joomla! with artisteer 2.0
www.dj-the-dee.com

Any comments are welcome.
 
Randy

Posted: 5/4/2009
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Comments welcome on this clean simple design: http://resolutionsofpalmbeach.com/
 
Randy

Posted: 5/4/2009
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Quote Dennys:

Good works !!

Look at my first creation on joomla! with artisteer 2.0
www.dj-the-dee.com

Any comments are welcome.


That's hot! Great Job.
 
Dennys

Posted: 5/4/2009
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Quote Randy:

Quote Dennys:

Good works !!

Look at my first creation on joomla! with artisteer 2.0
www.dj-the-dee.com

Any comments are welcome.


That's hot! Great Job.


Thanx !

 
Randy

Posted: 5/4/2009
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Quote S Dawkins:

Here is my first attempt.
I also made it a html and skinned it into smarty for the wp area.
http://www.atemplatefree.com


Great first attempt. If you keep with it you should be able to generate some income with it. I'm curious. Would you mind sharing what the ppc income looks like so far? Thanks!
 
S Dawkins

Posted: 5/6/2009
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Randy, to be honest, the ppc is minimal if any. :)
 
Steve

Posted: 5/6/2009
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Hi Guys,

Here's my website I build for a job agency.

http://www.werq-moerdijk.nl

Cheers Steve
 
Chris

Posted: 5/6/2009
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This is a great tool! Here are our first two client websites using a template constructed in Artisteer.

http://www.frunae.com/

http://www.nlsports.info/
 
Mark Holland

Posted: 5/7/2009
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Some great looking sites Chris love the Frunae one you woukd never guess you used artisteer. All: I have recieved a response from the Artisteer team and they are not only considering an official showcase section but also a better forum.
 
S Dawkins

Posted: 5/7/2009
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Some great looking sites Chris love the Frunae one you woukd never guess you used artisteer. All: I have recieved a response from the Artisteer team and they are not only considering an official showcase section but also a better forum.


The forum part is awesome!! It is so difficult to remember what threads you posted too and are following!!!!!

 
Chris

Posted: 5/7/2009
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Quote Mark Holland:

Some great looking sites Chris love the Frunae one you woukd never guess you used artisteer. All: I have recieved a response from the Artisteer team and they are not only considering an official showcase section but also a better forum.


Mark thanks for the feedback. Artisteer saves us a great deal of time now in creating custom sites for our clients. We will continue to use it as it will only get better. We are a small graphic design firm so this tool gives us the ability to use our graphical and layout skills to put together some very nice designs for our clients. Half the battle of good web design is in the graphical and layout area. This tools allows us to focus on our core design strengths and very easily know where we will place modules, graphics, etc. within the framework. Once again thanks Artisteer team!
 
Vern Vetter

Posted: 5/7/2009
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You guys are ALL inspirational... Thank You!

A question... some of these sites appear to be 100% wide.

How accomplished??

Vern Vetter


 
Nance

Posted: 5/7/2009
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Quote Chris:

Quote Mark Holland:

Some great looking sites Chris love the Frunae one you woukd never guess you used artisteer. All: I have recieved a response from the Artisteer team and they are not only considering an official showcase section but also a better forum.


Mark thanks for the feedback. Artisteer saves us a great deal of time now in creating custom sites for our clients. We will continue to use it as it will only get better. We are a small graphic design firm so this tool gives us the ability to use our graphical and layout skills to put together some very nice designs for our clients. Half the battle of good web design is in the graphical and layout area. This tools allows us to focus on our core design strengths and very easily know where we will place modules, graphics, etc. within the framework. Once again thanks Artisteer team!


Chris,

How did you get the "splash home page" look of your home page, so that it doesn't look like the 2 or 3 column look of the other pages and so that the right menu doesn't appear?

Great work.


 
April Pastis

Posted: 5/7/2009
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So here's Mine.

www.159webdesign.com

Uses, all regular Joomla mods as well as some hand coded mods and also:

Joomlulus
Sideshow Component
Also quick contact

I also sliced the header to add it to the WHMCS platform.

Comments would be appreciated.

Mark



Mark,
Great site! It's amazing how adaptable the artisteer templates are. I'm still in development and have nothing to post yet, but I had a question about portfolio listings.
Say you design a fantastic website, and the client buys it and everything's fine, but as time passes the website is no longer online, or someone has redesigned it or whatever. Do you have to pull that site out of your portfolio? How do you show your previous design if it's changed dramatically? Do you have to give up showing off your great design because the site is not up or has been taken over by somebody who wanted to save money and do it themselves? I've have a couple of sites that I have that fall under this scenario and can't seem to figure out which way to go. Thanks for any advice.
April
:-X :-X
 
April Pastis

Posted: 5/7/2009
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Quote Robert:

Quote Robert:

My creatations :-) Http://www.aikidostage.nl
Http://www.aikidorotterdam.com
Typo Creations
:-/


Robert,
The art looks great but in viewing your werq-moerdijk site on my small laptop (12 inch Powerbook) the page doesn't fit on the screen and I have to scroll quite a ways horizontally to see the whole page. Just thought I'd let you know. Too bad I can't attach a file to show you what I see on this end.
I'm hoping that Artisteer will make it easier for us to great 100 percent widths to adjust our pages so it will look great whether they're viewing it on an iphone or a HD monitor. I'm sure Artisteer is working on it given the great response they've given to other requests. In the meantime, I'm having to rewrite the code to adjust the widths.
Thanks for sharing your sites Robert. You're very creative.
April
 
April Pastis

Posted: 5/7/2009
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Quote April Pastis:


The art looks great but in viewing your werq-moerdijk


Sorry I just pasted the wrong url, I meant to say your aikidostage site. My Bad. :-{}
 
Mark Holland

Posted: 5/7/2009
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Hey April Pastis,

Thanks for the kind words, the portfolio question is a good one. I suppose i have never though about it before but i have done many but heres what i tend to do. Just have a selection of sites you know that your customers dont mess with that much. also check them every month or so and maybe change to your most rescent builds. Just have 5-10 and then its easier to manage.
Mark
 
Chris

Posted: 5/7/2009
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Chris,

How did you get the "splash home page" look of your home page, so that it doesn't look like the 2 or 3 column look of the other pages and so that the right menu doesn't appear?

Great work.



Nance

On the Frunae website we simply put a custom Yoo Carousel module (YooTools.com) in the banner1 position of the template that displays a series of 5 articles from a single category (each one having just an image of the drink). The images and module are sized to be as wide as the site. The key is the banner1 position vs. the content area. Since that front page is an article and articles require content we put a blank single celled table as the articles content which invisibly shows up right below the splash graphic.

Hope this helps!

 
George

Posted: 5/7/2009
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Some sites I made with Artisteer 2.1.

www.hdkinfo.nl
www.ioinfo.nl
www.typecoach.com


 
April Pastis

Posted: 5/7/2009
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Quote Mark Holland:

Hey April Pastis,

Thanks for the kind words, the portfolio question is a good one. I suppose i have never though about it before but i have done many but heres what i tend to do. Just have a selection of sites you know that your customers dont mess with that much. also check them every month or so and maybe change to your most rescent builds. Just have 5-10 and then its easier to manage.
Mark


Mark,
Thanks for the quick reply. That's kinda what I was thinking. I was really proud of one design in particular that I had done, but the client put up a static html page that was just straight copy under images like it was done in the first generation of web design. Oh well.
Anyway, here's a site I have in development using Artisteer, there's no content, but you get the idea.
http://pastisenterprises.com/sdp_hc/

April

 
Mark Holland

Posted: 5/13/2009
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Hi All,

Another 2 sites almost done Commebts Please!!!!!

http://footychannels.co.uk
http://forextradinguk.co.uk/

thanks Mark Holland
www.159webdesign.com
 
Karsten

Posted: 5/15/2009
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And this is a new one from, but still just a test

http://demo.kgpwebdesign.dk/MR/ :-)
 
Your Web Pros

Posted: 5/15/2009
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Quote Karsten:

And this is a new one from, but still just a test

http://demo.kgpwebdesign.dk/MR/ :-)


haha your test site looks good already :)

yourwebpros - pong
 
Kevin

Posted: 5/15/2009
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inspiring sites everyone. Giving me lots of ideas. ;-)

A few of mine: Comments welcome.

www.kslgraphics.com
my first site:

www.ccisvalue.com
published early, still lots of content to come.

http://www.kslgraphics.com/mizell/
still in development.
 
sere

Posted: 5/23/2009
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here's mine

with A. 2.1
www.il-dono.org

take a look to the login/registration page here

http://www.il-dono.org/option,com_login/Itemid,100017.html

yet i really need customization with suffixes for modules in backend :( hope it will be improved soon...
 
taihunter

Posted: 5/23/2009
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heres my first one via Artiseer. http://www.lynnrjohnston.com/
It sure has cut down on conceptualization time and the grunt work....
Ive been a professional multimedia developer/designer for about 10 years, and this is my favorite tool to come along in a looonng time...probly since photoshop introduced multiple undos in 5.5
lovin it
feedback is appreciated - except for david- what a prick.
 
taihunter

Posted: 5/23/2009
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Quote Dennys:

Good works !!

Look at my first creation on joomla! with artisteer 2.0
www.dj-the-dee.com

Any comments are welcome.


dope! dope! dope!
THATS THE GOODS MANE!

 
Ben

Posted: 5/23/2009
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Just started my own project, too: http://www.your-templates.com . Waiting for your comments... :*)
 
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