Destination: Gamecube


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Finally finished my midterm project for Web Site Design early this morning, I stayed up until 6AM putting the finishing touches on it. The assignment was to create a site about a place you have lived, to be interpreted loosely. So, having spent a great portion of my life, so far, playing video games, it seemed natural to me to construct a site around my favorite of all game consoles: the Nintendo Gamecube. In it you will find references to some of the greatest video games of all time, and reasons why I have logged so many hours playing Nintendo games. Many of the graphical elements were provided by Nintendo, however I composited and manipulated several different images in Photoshop to come up with the consistent look and feel of the site. I hope it's as enjoyable for you as it was for me to make.

Destination: Gamecube

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Nice work. Looks like you've been learning in that class. ;-)

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Wow Jay, that site is excellent! I love the color changes, it works really well. nice job :)

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You guys are the best friends a blogger could have! =)

Thanks very much.

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Hey, you're welcome. :-)

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Wow, very impressive! I also happen to be a huge Nintendo fan myself, so anything related to the big "N" is nice in my eyes... :-)

Very nice indeed!

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i think gamecube would make more profits if they
constructed a halo game.... or not.... -.-

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My respect for you was high, but now i've discovered you are a gamecube lover, my respect has doubled ^^. Bring on the revolution baby!

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that is an excellent site whichi just discovered after inspecting your site map more carefully. its an excellent work, just one question: if it was for a class, what did you score?

see ya

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Thank you, Garrett. =)

Yes, it was for a course at RIT. I received an A for the project, and an A in the course. =D

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nice :)

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Wow, looks like you go to a great school, what are the courses called, I think i'll be interested

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Looks fun! I wish I could take more classes like this :) I usually live in a different world myself.

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