Cory's Computer World

+3 Kaveh Greenwood · July 30, 2014
Just transformed my friend's company website. He needed a new design to meet today's web trends. I gave him exactly that. One page displaying everything the viewer needs for his business. Mobile & Tablet friendly. HTML5, CSS, and a little JS. Built on Skel framework.

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+2 Kaveh Greenwood · August 7, 2014
No thoughts on it? :(
+2 Steve Myers · August 8, 2014
Looks good. Crisp, clean, uncluttered. From a consumer perspective, I like it. From the perspective of design and coding, I have nothing to say because I just started learning web design about a week ago :D
+2 Mathias Frits Rørvik · August 8, 2014
I think the website looks really nice. Very modern and aesthetically pleasing. However I think the A+ certification image looks very out of place, it is way to big and breaks "immersion".

Did you use any frameworks when you designed it? =)
+1 Kaveh Greenwood · August 12, 2014
Thank you! I appreciate the feedback!

As a framework I used skel.js found :

It was my first time using skelJS and I don't think it's a route I want to take again for responsive design. I don't like using JS for responsive handling I'd prefer media queries in CSS.
+1 Kaveh Greenwood · August 8, 2014
Thanks :D Haa
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