Tagged: Posting items on ZoneGFX
As some members may find the whole process of posting items here on ZoneGFX a little daunting, I have created a visual guide which I hope is easy enough to follow. Read from left to right, top to bottom.
Full sized image: https://i.imgur.com/Eswp3TT
@tomsk Tons of yellow stickies everywhere pulling my eye in all directions.
This does not follow the rules of art mathematics. Its hard for my old eyes to read
Its easier for me to just follow the instruction that guide you as you are trying to upload stuff. 🙂 Only thing that took me a minute to figure out was the “post tags”
@Tomsk, you need to teach Bill Gates and Steve Job’s clone how to organize.
That is awesome. Oh, yeah. That’s how the internet should be. Now if only there were a 24″ touchscreen laptop that wouldn’t weigh 200 pounds.
If you want confusing and hard to follow just take a cruise through some of the fashion sites listed here… http://www.dressfinder.com/index.cfm/fuseaction/directory.search/start/61/alpha/0/dresses/All%20Designers.htm
Fashion sites have to be the most idiotically laid out sites there are. Every young site designer thinks he has to come up with something new and set a trend. I’ve seen so many goofball ways to navigate I can’t seem to get anywhere in them. These imbeciles need to realize that the net is like sex. Not s-l-o-w and tender. No one needs to be warmed up and put in the mood. Folks at your site ARE in the mood and want to buy NOW. It’s a quickee, wham! bam! thank you sir. Tech sites have it right, get in and out with your driver or information in half a dozen clicks. These fashion sites still think that the net is slow television. Every spring when the new fashions come out I get increasingly disgusted; and they wonder why they get no business.
I said it mostly in fun but there was some truth behind it.
Most fashion I see is either a repeat of something that was out 40 years sgo or something no-one should wear. ripped jeans seem to be back. This was cool in the 80s.
Bellbottoms came and went again Print shirts rotate almost every 5 years.
I buy what I like not what is in style because whatever I have will eventually be in style.
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