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BillE 
Re: A-EON Technology Website
Posted on 14-Apr-2010 20:07:32
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@persia

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when I use my iPhone. Not to say that's bad, the boxes are way too small anyway.


Just what do you expect if you are using a stupid phone. The boxes look big enough on a proper monitor. Ditch the phone and use a proper computer - something like the X1000 for instance

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Re: A-EON Technology Website
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@opi

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Oh dear, sorry for my opinion.


One that no one (maybe with the exception of Persia - another continual complainer like yourself) seems to agree with.

Go and update your web page instead of coming here and ranting on.

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Re: A-EON Technology Website
Posted on 14-Apr-2010 20:13:17
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@Seiya

Quote:
so gpu will be RV700 series or R700?


As there's no V on the website spec list, I'll assume R700 without the V.

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Re: A-EON Technology Website
Posted on 14-Apr-2010 20:14:40
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@Framiga

For what it's worth, I'd like to point out that I agree with you !

Beside that, there's to much of this going on... And complete threads are being destroyed like this.
People need to think twice about the way they post comments !

I think there might be room for tightening the rules a bit to bring a stop to all this #### (sorry, swearword...)

My 2 ects....

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Re: A-EON Technology Website
Posted on 14-Apr-2010 20:18:01
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@opi

After my recent outbreak, I shouldn't probably say anything like that, but it's not your opinion that is the problem. Everybody is entitled to one, even you and me. The problem is the presentation of it. Want an example?

From post 24:
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There's this new upcoming technology called RSS/ATOM feeds. Some use it to distribute news.


You could have said "Why didn't you use RSS feed instead of a mailing list". You chose to do it in an offensive fashion, cleverly packing in a bit of insult. It's basically the same stuff that caused my recent not-so-nice posting, instead of making a genuine remark or question, you post it as a quip, or as belittling, or just as a plain offense.

It's always the same. Genuine questions seek an answer. Your questions seek flames.

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Re: A-EON Technology Website
Posted on 14-Apr-2010 20:24:19
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It is here.
It contains information and is a place for new information to be posted.
It works for me!

Thanks A-EON





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Mechanic 
Re: A-EON Technology Website
Posted on 14-Apr-2010 20:31:05
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@TrevorDick

From A-EON website:

Quote:

You'll already have noticed that this website is a little different
from most you've seen. We all know that Amiga computing is something
different from the mainstream, and so is this site.


Simply Elegant.

None of that crappy clutter most 'professionally designed' sites have.

I like it.

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Rooster 
Re: A-EON Technology Website
Posted on 14-Apr-2010 20:32:23
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@whose

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Well, from left to right and top to bottom. The text used on that page is indeed sorted this way. The "gimmicks" (Media and additional info not all visitors may be interested in) are placed in the bottom right and labeled clear and understandable.


The most important part of the website is in the exact opposite of the place it should be. You can think up as many weird and wonderful reasons for it to be there as you like but the facts won't change.

Quote:
Nothing wrong here... maybe its time to think about the design "rules" you learned?


I do think about them quite often thank you.

Quote:
I mean, think about the fact that "design" is no matter of "rules", but a matter of taste in a specified period of time? Design itself is in a flow, it was in a flow and will ever be. If design is dependend on "rules" at some point, it becomes engineering. This is a quite different field, as engineering doesnt define good design -> taste of a period of time.


You are talking about the aesthetics of a design only. Engineering does very much define good design if you expect your design to fulfill a particular function or purpose.

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KimmoK 
Re: A-EON Technology Website
Posted on 14-Apr-2010 20:37:00
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@Rogue

+1

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Re: A-EON Technology Website
Posted on 14-Apr-2010 20:40:21
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@Rogue (and opi)

Exactly this is the problem. opi is the first one, who is calling other people arrogant or is asking for respect, but in most of his comments, he is the one, who sounds arrogant and not very respectful.

I would not say, that he is arrogant, because I don´t know him in persona, but here in Austria we say "Der Ton macht die Musik" (The tone makes the music?), which means, that it is not only important what you say, but also *how* you say it.

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Re: A-EON Technology Website
Posted on 14-Apr-2010 20:40:45
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@persia

You should open it on an iPad; that magically makes everything beautiful! Really it's true; Steve said so!

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wajdy 
Re: A-EON Technology Website
Posted on 14-Apr-2010 20:51:01
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@TrevorDick
The site is simple and informative.
Thank you

@Graphics Experts
You can serve the community better by designing UI for X1000 programs

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Antique 
Re: A-EON Technology Website
Posted on 14-Apr-2010 21:05:34
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I think the layout of the site is really nice.

@opi

Good thing people have different oppinions about things.

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Re: A-EON Technology Website
Posted on 14-Apr-2010 21:12:05
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@Rogue

I'll give you that my RSS statement was uncalled for. Therefor I'm sorry for that.

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Re: A-EON Technology Website
Posted on 14-Apr-2010 21:24:10
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@Rooster

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design to fulfill a particular function or purpose

Yep. Perfect statement. But the problem is that you and others only *assume* something. You think you know what's the purpose: The usual one. But what the heck IS the usual one? If you ask 100 people you 'might' get 100 different answers. You might counter argue with something like "common sense". But maybe the purpose was explictly not to meet common sense. Whatever ad infinitum. I don't know. And you don't know. We can only assume. (Or ask?)

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Re: A-EON Technology Website
Posted on 14-Apr-2010 21:28:21
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@opi

It's good that you're a programmer and not a content writer for your web business. I doubt a lot of customers would appreciate the free sarcasm and belittling.

And take it from me, yes, I'm a designer; thankfully not a 2D/webdesigner, but an industrial designer, there are indeed design rules. But there's also something as doing a job for a specific target group. This can change some rules. Also if you follow every rule in the book to the letter you have a high chance of creating something really boring. I'm not saying the AEON website is a masterpiece but it seems to appeal to a large part of the target audience in its current design. So, I guess job well done to AEON?

And about a designer being in constant LOL-mode because of gloating over other people's work, that's just really, really sad. Luckily most designers I meet can act professionally and offer constructive critism or offer suggestions to improve a design if they feel so.

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Re: A-EON Technology Website
Posted on 14-Apr-2010 21:38:49
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@opi

Maybe you could give a link to really well designed site in your opinion?

Personally I thought the site was pretty funny, at first, because I'm an
ex-Amiga user. But the more I used it, I thought it was illdesigned and
felt a bit unprofessional.
I hope they do a complete redesign when the X1000 is released.

EDIT: But as others have pointed out, the target audience is Amigans and
this only being a teaser site rather than a fullblown company site makes
it ok in my book.

Last edited by Samwel on 14-Apr-2010 at 09:43 PM.

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Re: A-EON Technology Website
Posted on 14-Apr-2010 21:43:09
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I used OWB, I had no problems navigating the site. I got registered on the first attempt. The site is simple & easy to use, unlike many profesional sites out there.

Very nice a-eon



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Re: A-EON Technology Website
Posted on 14-Apr-2010 21:44:51
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@Flashlab

Actually my second job is being a 'content guy' (I suck too much to call myself a writer). No complains yet. Yes, people in community seems to love Aeon site. Job well done. But is this a look that will mix with X1000 release? It will be reported outside amigasphere.

Boring. I don't know about that. Book are 'pretty boring', all the rules set up way, way before. You know what they do perfectly? Deliver content. I'm all for readable boring.

Piotr is LOLing becasue he saw word 'innovative' used to describe jQuery UI plugin. OK, overuse of outline was also silly.

Damn this touch keyboard. Discussing design in bar is not a thing that one should try.

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Re: A-EON Technology Website
Posted on 14-Apr-2010 21:58:52
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@Shufflepuck

Nice to see that at least they changed the riddle page with something more serious. And there is actually some new information. But still secrecy about the cpu itself. And the design of that page - well, taste differs to say the least...

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