It's probably just me Steve, but I really hate tiny thumbnails. I know yeah thumbnails are supposed to be midget versions - but when you've got all that screen space I say I'd rather divide that more evenly between 5-6 thumbnails than have these weeny little things all squeezed together in the middle of the page.Most web designers, as you may have noticed, have this kind of passive/aggressive thing for fine art/visuality- and are used to just shrinking or worse! - grabbing some little detail of a repro that's supposed to stand for the whole (I don't know how) - and even when you click on it, rarely use the full scope of the screen at their disposal - they'd rather 'design' that space! - at the expense of the work!I complain about this all the time on loads of blogs (esp Londonpainting)Apart from that - nice clean little folio site.
CAP, can you point me to some examples that you think are good? A common observation, if not universal, over on my Facebook page is that the whole site is too centered.
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