Orange Willow

August 6th, 2006

Orange Willow

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2 Responses to “Orange Willow”

  • iNSiPiD

    August 8th, 2006 at 12:08 am

    I’m sorry but I just don’t get this. Is it about how a site appears visually, or is it about accesibility?

    Apart from looking ugly this site uses a fixed size point AND a ludicrous (read: illegible) font family within the body selector.

    font: 9pt “lucida sans”, “lucida sans unicode”…

    Not wanting to be rude but - what tha…?!

  • reese

    August 12th, 2006 at 1:34 am

    A look at the “about” section of this site reveals:
    “All web sites must be visualy rich and attractive. It is required that all sites follow the cssprincess idea, which promotes woman’s touch in design and use of light colors and symmetry.”

    FIrst of all, isn’t beauty subjective? What’s ugly to you is beautiful to someone else. I personally find the site (and no, I’m not the designer) unique and attractive. It’s an unusual color palette and doesn’t look like a lot of what else is out there.

    The font renders fine for me in both IE and FF. In fact, it’s incredibly easy on the eyes in terms of legibility. Is your gripe at the fixed point size (there’s no clear ‘winner’ in the debate over how to size fonts) or that you dislike lucida? IN as far as the parameters go for submission to this gallery, I think this site exemplifies what they’re looking for–beauty and a woman’s touch.