I just spent the last past day muddling with Flash and get my photography work site up.
Before you view it, you need Flash Player 8 as my whole site is built on flash.
Now here's the site.
Note: The logo is temporary until a concrete design is out.
Anyone came across Alex Photo at Peninsular before? Same building as CP but the store is at level 2. Saw an ultra mint 50D. My eyes went this big O.O but as I never heard of them before I never stepped in and ask the price.
Shyt man. I love the 50D. Kaoz.
The rest of the subpages are below 100kb.
For the loading, don't load all the images at the start. Load thumbnails and previews only, and only the high-res image when they enlarge it. It would probably be quite frustrating when every single image you click, you'll have to wait for load time. So keep the flash loading the high-res images while they look at the thumbnails and preview.
I'd suggest not making the load so long because sometimes they just want the contact information. You could also post your contact information at the footer or header.
Don't make it too big, the attention span on the net is really short. Make sure the web server is located in Singapore (if your general target audience is from Singapore).
Edit: I have to scroll down a little to see the footer links. People might find it difficult to navigate.
Last edited by Yoricko; 3rd July 2009 at 10:29 PM.
As for layout, I just want it simple if not I could have hire my friend to do a uberly awesome flashy site for me. Haha! =D
The web server is located in SG.
Noted all your pointers though. As for the footer. It's designed for best view with 1024x768 on a 17" monitor. But if your browser has those bars at the top, the scroll part will come into play as it's designed to have only the address bar. =p