On 12/3/2011 3:04 PM, Timothy Pearson wrote: > I know it's not much help, but "polished" could be used as well as > "professional". The only thing that comes to mind right now would be a > font size/style policy, to make the site look less thrown-together. > Having only a handful of allowed font size/styles to choose from would > give a better impression of cohesiveness IMHO. Such a policy would also > dictate which fonts to use for headers (and what constitutes a > header/levels of headers!) and main body text, etc. Guys, just want to add something. Yes, "polished" is the word I should have used. I apologize. It is only an opinion (my personal opinion) and as others have stated, you shouldn't waste too much time on a website as the project itself is more important. Just like TDE, your website is very usable. I was only commenting on its appearance. I had no issues finding links at all. The top bar is very friendly. The "Official Trinity Binaries" section on your front page is informative and usable. Probably Calvin has spent a lot of time on the site and I didn't mean to underestimate his work at all. I know my post looks that way, I apologize. I should have been more specific. Again, I meant "polished" and not professional. As an example, you can look at the appearance of kubuntu.org. Again, the site is very usable (which is very important).