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David Nunez
David Nunez
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I have my business cards in Quark (12-up with crop marks and everything).

I will have my cards printed over the weekend. (1.50 per full-color sheet of 12 at kinkos... plus a fee per cut (but I can work the dang paper cutter myself, thank you))

I think 60 cards will be more than enough and I can always go back for more later.  (12.5 cents a card is not exactly cost effective, and yes, I am aware of www.vistaprint.com, but their website and online design process was INCREDIBLY slow and unresponsive.  Doesn't really inspire confidence.)

I have a matching prototype website layout in Illustrator... nothing fancy, really.  Just simple, clean design. I'm almost certain it will violate Clay's text-friendly mandate, but I'll get it complient with w3c, at the very least...

I'm all set to implement the redesign this weekend.

Shooting to develop it on Saturday and test and release on Sunday as well
I'll be able to test the website on latest versions of IE, Netscape and Mozilla (both PC and Mac), but I anticipate complaints (see comments) no matter what I do.

Stay tuned...

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