What does opencart actually do? I've always wondered wether it's just a thing that links up to paypal, or something that creates a skeleton of a shop and you have to fill the blanks?
A logo for my dad.
At another Startup Weekend....
Um....they are basically hackathons with a business side. Half the people make shit, half monetize it.
Last one I went to I made that meeting metrics app (meetrx.com). Afterwards, we had an efficiency expert come talk to us about possibly using it with the businesses he deals with. Usually, their more about making sustainable businesses then making fun stuff.
Rap Roulette could make money too from a bunch of shit: Buy the current playing song, buy upgrades for your avatar (although this might be too TF2ish), and advertising/sponsorship by record companies and other hiphop businesses.
Design got butchered (I did dev after the mockup) and we're still working on getting the videos working but here it is: http://raproulette.fm
Here's some feedback:
I'm assuming you're using a font-size of 13px here, so try setting a line-height of 13 * phi (google can calculate this for you, but at any rate it's the golden ratio multiplied by your font size). It'll help readability.
This already looks good, but I think it could be even better if you vertically aligned the text to the image (basically having the text start a bit before the vertical middle of the image and ending a bit after).
I've never seen a price tag floating around like that without a thread connected to the item that's being sold!
Here's a quick'n'dirty edit with a better (IMO) vertical balance:
On a side note, I've made a quick PHP directory tree script:
Okay, here's the story. Wear your anti-cringe goggles.
This is the finished document that my dad sent to the leader of the group:
(it's a screenshot of the pdf, zoomed out)
The leader then replied that my dad should change the logo because he doesn't like the redesign and he likes the old one instead for its vibrant colors and harmony:
Then he said (translated from Italian):
"Be careful about the font you use. In newsletters certain fonts are to be used which have been recognized among the easiest to read on screen. If I manage to find the site where I read this, I'll send it to you.
I know that the font called ARIEL was listed among those, along with another one which was considered even better"
(ariel = arial)
The one used on the newsletter is Helvetica.
Boss tries to cut my hours at one of my part time jobs. Find another job paying $10/hr more in two days. Win.
(User was banned for this post ("Not even remotely connected to web design" - verynicelady))
Not sure why any of this is relevant Adam?
That is one fat motherfucker
They all say droops.
Which makes no sense. Fucking brain.