I’ve had major cosmetic surgery and I look great!
Well, not me…the online me. Or, as they say in web-speak, my "online presence."
The incredibly talented Heidi Mack, web designer to the stars, has worked her magic on my sites Lee Goldberg.com and Diagnosis-Murder.com, making them look super-slick.
I hope you like them as much as I do! Let me know what you think.
20 thoughts on “All-New Me”
The site looks really damn good, and how great do those screen grabs from the television shows look on the TV page? Awesome.
Indeed slick–and as I said yesterday, HEIDI ROCKS! You, of course, also rock… the groovy slickness is much deserved, as are the palm trees.
Heidi does great work; very appealing, very easy to read and navigate.
And your mini-biography is a hoot. Nicely done.
Love the new look, on all of your sites.
One thing though, maybe you could have links to external sites open in a new window?
Just a thought.
Very nice – to say the least. Looks fabulous!!!!
Kiara, they do all open in a new window. Did I miss one? If so, which?
Your new ‘online you’ looks phantastic!
Been a while since I’ve had the chance to stop by. Love the new look! Very cool! Heidi has done a fantastic job with the site. Sheesh! Puts me to shame!
Hope all is well!
Looking very sharp, Lee. Maybe too sharp. Am I going to have to start wearing a tie when I come here? Will you have a guy issuing jackets at the door?
Looks nice. I just wish you’d told me the screen was two way before I logged in.
Wow! The site looks fantastic! This blue colour is much better than the brown one. Just the link to diagnosis-murder.com doesn’t work…
But all in all, Heidi has done a great job!
I miss the “ranting and whining” reference on the old home page.
These sites look so good that I’m thinking I might write fan fiction about them.
The oceanic blue, the skylines, the palm trees…makes me feel as though I was on holiday. This is lookin’ awesome, Lee! Great job, Heidi!
Very nice look. The photo banner gives it a neat Southern California vibe. Just two notes:
1. The color of the links. The yellow color indicating a used link appears too light against the white background, and the red color chosen for the rollover is a harsh contrast against the blue.
I checked a few other sites like MJ Rose’s, and their solution was to use only two colors: a darker color (like what you’re using), then lighter color in the same shade for the rollover (that means using a pale blue instead of the red, which contrasts harshly against the blue). Used links revert to the darker color.
I don’t mean to teach Heidi her job; a look at my site shows how little I know, but I hate to critique without making a suggestion.
2. Also, the Saturday column is cut off on the calendar.
Apart from that, it’s perfect!
Heidi didn’t make the changes on the blog (except for the banner)…that was me and Typepad. The colors are my fault…I am red/green colorblind. I don’t know why the Saturday is missing from the Calender.
The calendar module is in a different size font (I don’t know if you can control that on TP, I suspect not) so the column isn’t wide enough to display it all.
Wow, this looks fantastic, very nice! I like it much with the blue colors, the photos,.. 🙂
bye for now,
Typepad must have adjusted something…because Saturday is back on the calender.
They all do (I’m talking exterior site links, like those to Amazon and stuff), I will check my browser’s settings. Maybe it’s my end that’s doing it.