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I also like Bev's first choice - pastel like Pullman (I want to use a green family selected set of tints from the tool at http://colorschemedesigner.com/, and well organized primary categories.  While pages themselves must harmonize chromatically, parts of the site (e.g., access services, reference, gov docs, ...) can be in cooperating, but different colors.
I also like Bev's first choice - pastel like Pullman (I want to use a green family selected set of tints from the tool at http://colorschemedesigner.com/, and well organized primary categories.  While pages themselves must harmonize chromatically, parts of the site (e.g., access services, reference, gov docs, ...) can be in cooperating, but different colors.
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The Vatican site '''is''' attractive, but I think people will get neck problems from tilting to read the "wheel."  These non-boxy pages are actually simple to build, as are air-brushed sites.  ''Have we found the Vatican LIBRARY page?''
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The Vatican site '''is''' attractive, but I think people will get neck problems from tilting to read the "wheel."  These non-boxy pages are actually simple to build, as are air-brushed sites.  '''Have we found the Vatican LIBRARY page?'''
The site at St Xavier is simple and attractive, but I see that many of its subparts are quite distinct.
The site at St Xavier is simple and attractive, but I see that many of its subparts are quite distinct.

Revision as of 22:34, 19 May 2009

I also like Bev's first choice - pastel like Pullman (I want to use a green family selected set of tints from the tool at http://colorschemedesigner.com/, and well organized primary categories. While pages themselves must harmonize chromatically, parts of the site (e.g., access services, reference, gov docs, ...) can be in cooperating, but different colors.

The Vatican site is attractive, but I think people will get neck problems from tilting to read the "wheel." These non-boxy pages are actually simple to build, as are air-brushed sites. Have we found the Vatican LIBRARY page?

The site at St Xavier is simple and attractive, but I see that many of its subparts are quite distinct.

I think (and may be wrong), that Bob will like the categories and features at Pullman's eresources area (they call it "Find Journal Articles" on a prominent tab)

-Bill, 5/18


Dr. Asadi has sent assurance that pastel is preferred, together with organization from another site.

You all (including Gabrielle, who will post within a few days and sent a message explaining the delay) giving more than I have seen many groups do at CSU. All of us are strongly desirous of a good outcome, and keeping the voices balanced so the decisions have a little of each of us in them will be the challenge.

Thank you.

-Bill 5/19


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