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  1. Gamingkrib

    Gamingkrib New Member

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    Good day people...We are a new website (well all our people involved are kinda Industry experts, Hollywood celebs and cool kats...) building some great portals for Kids and parents.

    Even the inventor of the computer game is with us...Ralph Bear...

    We are looking for alot of new talant - innovators, and really nice people.
    We will have hundreds of games for kids/parents to choose from, created by anyone (with moderation)...Your games will win you Prizes, Cash, Awards....even a Presidential Service Award (if living in USA -sorry working on other cool stuff including www.skinit.com joining us for prizes)!

    and YOU will get noticed - if thats what you want.

    We are also looking for interns as well, and a few high level VP's if you have the skill set...
    We are building in flex...a bit like doof.com but on steriods for presentation.
    Some of our games will look like gettheglass.com with puzzle, outside projects, etc.

    The company:
    We are a stealth-mode high potential start-up backed by no one and like it that way.
    We are developing an innovative solution for kids, parents and educators.
    We need out of the box thinkers like you. And we are building in flex…lots of it.

    We, a few ex Columbia University, NY TIMES (Our CIO), Microsoft, Adobe (Our SVP), Google Employee's, parenting experts (and others) have/are developing a software and hardware solution for children,
    educators and parents. Our goal is to increase education to children/students.

    We have Industry leaders aboard with our software build.
    http://www.gamingkrib.com/endorsements.html
    and a cool Board,
    http://www.gamingkrib.com/AdvisoryBoard.html


    If you are interested please send in your resume along with some examples of your work to us.
    Join us!


    Regards,

    Michael Vitelli
    http://www.gamingkrib.com/
    mvitelli@@@@tampabay.rr.com
     
  2. whisperstorm

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    Site looks really good! However you need to clear your floats on the right hand column. Your board members are all over the place :)

    (In FF 2)
     
  3. Gamingkrib

    Gamingkrib New Member

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    thanks

    ya, i really im not that good in web design...Site has a few entrances we are playing with, we are using alot of Flex, front and back...but we dont show it, and site in development to select few...thanks though...works in 90% of browsers - correctly...
     
  4. Maupin

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    Just a few impressions:

    Where are the games? Kids might be scared off by the rampant parent and educator testimonials long before they find the link to the games, wherever it is.

    The upper right corner of the ad sidebar (just under the Support dropdown menu) is messed up in Firefox 3.

    The qualified statement Always Free* and Safe for Kids! raises kind of a flag. Probably more with parents, or maybe just suspicious people like me. ;)

    You've got testimonials from people using your site, but I don't see any games or activities??? What's up with that? (Maybe they're just down at the moment.)
     
  5. Gamingkrib

    Gamingkrib New Member

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    yes

    yes, site is in development...thanks for pointing the issues out.
     

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