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Help With Website Design

Oct 10, 2014 4:59AM PDT


I'm very much inclined towards fitness, so I recently started a blog on bodybuilding & fitness. I'm not a professional web designer or anything, but I designed the website all by myself, including the logo. Since my blog Muscle Your Way is now live, I'm desperately seeking feedback on the design and logo, as well as rendering of the website on mobile devices. Also, as far as ad placements are concerned, I've been thinking about putting a square banner ad under the post title, but then refrain from doing so, thinking that it might be obtrusive for the reader. What do you suggest?

Would love to hear some constructive feedback. Happy

Much thanks,

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Oct 23, 2014 11:32AM PDT

Hi, BTW, I am also into fitness and I find your blog quite interesting. Have been doing gym work-outs for a couple of months for about 5x a week and I'm loving it!

I actually like the simplicity of your page. I just think you can have some improvements on the logo of your blog. Header/Logo can definitely use a re-up. For me, a website's header can carry the entire layout.

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Nov 23, 2014 6:18PM PST

Website design have many different skills and disciplines in the production and maintenance of websites.

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