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Old 02-05-2006, 07:13 PM   #1
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Default It's Done! (newest site)

Well, OK. Sites are never "done". But we finally have a professional head shot and I managed to get a good, clear circular crop to PNG format (sorry, Marjolein... the campaign manager nixed the idea of a diamond.)

The campaign logo will probably change, but that's very minor. I've worked on campaigns where I've had to totally redeisgn a site weeks after the official campaign launch. So I'm not worried about changing a logo if the print version doesn't match the original version. (and the graphic artist doing the logo knows what she's doing; if the logo changes too much for print materials, she'll produce a new version for the site.)

I'll probably redo the kids banner if I can find two pictures equalling 300px wide; that will end the major problem I see now, the background bannner often shows a partial image as the first image. Only way to fix that is to have the first two images the same width as the logo banner.

Once again, thanks for all the help. New site is here .

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