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Phononscattering
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Phononscattering   6/30/2013 6:54:15 PM
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Congrats on your new design. Let me be the first to start with the inevitable stone throwing:

-Why is the page header so big? It is already taking up half of my screen on 1900x1200. I bet it must be much worse on 1024x768. This is a lot of space with zero information, not what you expect from a "modern" design.

-Fixed width: Seems to be optimized for 1024 wide screens. This year we are going to see a lot of new IGZO 2560x1600 displays on the market. Are you sure you are going where the technology is going?

-The keyword selection is gigantic and extremely confusing.

 

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