[Inpycon] Feedback for 2014 website design
ramdaz at gmail.com
Thu Oct 24 14:44:46 CEST 2013
On a serious note, I think beyond aesthetics, please work on some ideas
which are Python related, and that would helps you convince everyone out
Appreciate you efforts, keep working
On Thu, Oct 24, 2013 at 12:45 PM, Pratyush Mittal
<pratyushmittal at gmail.com>wrote:
> > From: Ramdas S <ramdaz at gmail.com>
> > Interesting to see that Steve Ballmer is
> > speaking at next Pycon :) .
> Hahaha, at 3AM, with some placeholder image
> required for the keynote speakers, this was
> the only thing that I could come up with :).
> > With some improvements on the theme and
> > idea of the artwork, we can
> > potentially have a winner.
> Yeah, I agree that a lot is to be improved upon.
> I have added the artwork in the project:
> > From: Thava Alagu thavamuni at gmail.com
> > Agree. Good work for an initial version,
> > good potential but still
> > potentially requires lot more work too.
> > Good example of very professional one for a
> > conference that I recently
> > came across:
> > http://productconclave.nasscom.in/
> > Impressive, professional, and fairly
> > responsive design too. something
> > of that class can be great
> > if we can pull it off.
> Thanks Thava for the appreciation and for
> providing the nasscom link. It indeed looks
> much more professional.
> PyCon and DjangoCon pages that I came across
> (example us.pycon.org and djangocon.eu), tend
> to be more casual. I thought that it was
> intentinal and meant that way. I too designed
> on similar lines (though I agree that the
> animation might be over-kill).
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