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Draplin Design Co., North America

The Gash has a new site up here: Andrew Forgash Photography. We helped the kid out with the design of the deal. Congrats.

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Had a guy over and measured out the back yard. The get-together resulted in a quote for a cedar privacy fence, a deposit on said goods and a vow to be back sometime in the next couple weeks to install the thing.

We made this move based on a couple factors:
01. It’ll be good for Gary to have a safe, secure environment back there that he can hang in, without the threat of a sidepipe breach.
02. Might add some value to this hellhole.
03. I hate my neighbors. (Just kidding. This is a joke, for extra “entertainment value.”)

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Capozzi and Leigh rolled through town last weekend, feeling free and young and beautiful. They are in the midst of a West Coast jaunt that took them north from their home in Encinitas all the way north to Orcas Island, and, everywhere in between, of course. Matt just left his post at Nixon and has no plans at the moment for his next gig, and man, that’s just perfect, as, the kid could use a break from the fucking humdrum of the action sports death march.

Scenes from the road, Capozzi Category: 01 | 02 | 03

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This was good. Great scenery.

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Forgash’s site is very clean, goes well with his imagery, diggin’ the multi-colored logo. Here is another newly launched photography site, I only helped with the logo, she did all the rest. http://www.cjbergphoto.com

Posted by: Aaron on 07/01/06 at 10:34 PM

Ah, the dangers of using Flash. The whole index.swf does not load for me. Stops after the top logo and the dots and the contact link. Nothing shows up below this, yet the browser indicates it is still trying to receive data via the initial HTTP connection. My guess is that the index.swf movie is too large, is trying to load (or contains) too many images and the HTTP connection eventually times out.

Posted by: Cameron Barrett on 07/02/06 at 10:03 AM

On a second look, I discovered the problem. The Flash file loads fine. The error is in the UI design. It is not clear to the new user that the little dots are clickable. I would load the first image by default and then animate the dots somehow indicating te user that they are clickable and that they have to click them to proceed through the slideshow.

Posted by: Cameron Barrett on 07/07/06 at 9:50 PM
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