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Neat effects [img]/images/graemlins/smile.gif[/img] As the pictures are sprayed across, they kind of linger too long. Do I really have to wait to click on them until they've come to a COMPLETE stop? [img]/images/graemlins/frown.gif[/img] Perhaps just make them stop faster?
I also disagree with your "return" button, it's especially difficult to see in photo #1, the leaf kind of hides it. Before I found it I fumbled around till my mouse detected a link, which is bad. It's also not obvious that I have to click it to return. A dropshadow or glow to highlight/contrast it would be ideal.
Everything else is great! Keep it up [img]/images/graemlins/smile.gif[/img]
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thanks for the feedback.
I must say that at this point I understand there are a few user interface problems. However, initially I gave the client a more logical website and they rejected it. They seem to love quirkiness, and wanted something unique. You can see the other one for yourself here: http://www.hawkenking.com/client/salon/
As it stands I won't be making it any more friendly to use, although I do understand where you are coming from. The back button glows a bit. The back button is in a logical place and people go for it instinctively. The main menu is something else entirely. I am controlling everything by code, there is no timeline... so I have to wait for the photos to slide into place with a bit of code checking them, once they stop moving it applies the buttons to be clicked on. Having the buttons live while they were moving caused all sorts of nightmares, way above my actionscript knowledge. I'm surprised I got it this far.