Pas dâ€™inspiration pour un titre !!!
AprÃ¨s une longue absence marquÃ©e par un Ã©tat de nonchalance totale, une grande flemme et un Â« je nâ€™en ai pas envie Â» assez rÃ©current qui sâ€™est traduit sur les pages de ce blog, je fais bouger la souris, ma souris, pas en faisant un petit clic timide mais en la secouant trop fort ! Aussi fort quâ€™il le faut pour me faire sortir de ce mode veille qui a pris beaucoup de tempsâ€¦ du temps perdu !
No inspiration for a title!!!
After a long absence marked by a state of total nonchalance, a big flemme and an "I not some have envies" rather recurrent that translated itself on the pages of this blog, I let the mouse budge, my mouse, not while doing a small shy click but while shaking it too strong! As strong as it is necessary for it to let me this method go out of watches that took a lot of timesâ€¦ lost time!
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Perhaps we did let the guy who wrote the flash stuff have a bit too much fun...the way it hangs together was on our instructions though....
i'm not sure I like architects sites which are full of full-screen photos either, but i accept that ours may be too far the opposite,
I dont think the intro takes up too much time personally, but don't feel the need to bite your tongues!
The U2 tower project was the competition entry for that docklands competition btw
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Some of the drop-down menus are decent, but the text of the Projects menu is at least one point too small. The People text is insanely small. The caps-devoid lump of About Us text is remarkably annoying. I took one look and, like everyone else, thought 'too much effort'.
Fancypants sites also require a 'back' button rather than a 'home' button. People avoid home buttons like the plague when the potential exists to land one back into the nightmare of an intro and general headwreckingness.
The map is nice.
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PTB wrote:Not speaking french I used a translation website to decipher the first few lines of Missarchi's blog. ..............................
Actually as auto-translators go, it is quite good!
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This despite a website being often the handiest means by which people might evaluate an architect.
Is this due to outrageous charges by web designers ?
Or is it part of a "won't you come into my parlour, says the spider to the fly" strategy -- i.e. get Murphy into your office and charm the topcoat off him . . . .
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1. Dont over fetishize your built projects with boring (to non-architects) exhaustive archives
2. Try to explain what is you do and why they should pay money for it.
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