You are so very right. I am developing a reputation for my tendency to make girly templates, and for the excessive use (or abuse maybe) of the color pink; in everything. It's a terrible habit, though, I can't say it's something I am ashamed of he he
But I think I may have gone a bit overboard with the girly-ness in this one... Oopsie
But (drumroll) I have an *almost* minimal, AND testosterone-friendly template, with not a pixel of pink, that I hope to unveil sometime today ...
As long as you use the axiom of KISS you should be fine. After all, it's not necessarily the design that makes an excellent site, it's the content. The most visited sites online are typically generic in tone. I understand the two other designs by you are for your own personal use, so that's a-okay. However, to make successful design that will translate to sales you need more of a generic type interface. I know that sounds counterproductive to your aims of "showing off" your work but inevitably you need to go " or get off the " to make some
And, I implore you to never do a flash site -they are annoying to almost everyone and don't work on many computers. That's just my 2¢
Yeah, I can see what you mean, I have considered that perhaps the "scalloping," should have been limited to only two colors, or perhaps even just one, and perhaps limited to fewer regins of the template. I got carried away, he he.