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5-08-2010 @ 8:36PM
(Yes, this was an extremely late post, but who cares.)Sorry, but no, I don't find your UI to be "amazing". It's pretty nice, and has a well-organized layout, but there's too much screen space being used where it could easily be avoided (chat box, Omen, buttons to the left which could be hidden-upon-mouseout, etc) and some aesthetic features which I personally would find completely unnecessary, such as the whole bottom bar. I would definitely not feel comfortable using this UI and I'm afraid I can not see how these pictures allow me to "look through your eyes".Basically, what I'm trying to say is that it's very much down to personal taste and I would try to avoid forcing yours onto the readers of this column. You've got a tough job, as WoW.com is, of course, the most popular WoW news/blog site and you've got to find great new UIs and addons every week to please all the readers, but I really think your job is a provider of information and news in the world of WoW interface manipulation - *not* a reviewer - and anyway, reviewing something like a WoW UI or addon is extremely difficult, as at least three-quarters of it is down to personal taste.But still, you're doing a so-so job. :D
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