This one is far more my taste. So, I’ve been busy the last 24 hours, but it hasn’t been knitting. Just decided to spruce things up around here. So, I’m still working out some bugs. If anything is funky, feel free to let me know. I’m on a Mac and haven’t been able to test on a PC platform yet. And those of you with old browsers, it might not work so well. I’m a “live in the now, not in the past” kinda girl. Sorry!

12 Responses to “I always hated the last design”

You’re one of the most talented webdesigners I’ve ever encountered! You really know how to make a statement with a clean and elegant design. Loved the last one, and love this one too.

P.S. I love seeing Ty in the sidebar. I think I’ll do the same for Lucy. Thanks for the inspiration!

P.S. Looks great on MSIE 6, Windows, 800×600 res and higher. (Let me know if you’d like a screenshot.)

Thank you, Becky! Really, YOU are one of the most talented web designers. Glad to hear it looks good on your browser. Don’t worry about a screenshot if all is well.

The site looks great in IE, NS 7 & Opera but it isn’t visible in Mozilla Firefox.

Thanks Liz. Are you on a Mac or PC? What version of Firefox? I’m on 0.8 on a Mac and it’s just fine.

Love the new look! I’m going to have to second the vote that you are a very talented web designer…Great job!

Hi Jackie,
Sorry about that. I’m on a PC running Firefox 0.8. All I see is a green background on the homepage but your comments section displays the new look correctly. Nice design too!

It’s simple and elegant and it comes together to make such a lovely, calm, and soothing look! I love it… and I’m not much of a “blue” person either. Nice work!

Well, it just looks fantastic on Windows XP IE 6. I’ve been working on my own website and after looking at yours, I think I will give it up! Yours looks great! :)

Thanks all!

Ayelet, you know I’d always help you with yours!

I loooove your layout. It is majorly gorgeous. How do you do it?!?

Thanks Amy! I don’t know how I do it, it just came to me. I guess after getting paid to design for other people, it was time to start doing it for myself.