Thanks for the tutorial links maZtah. As for sounding rude, don't worry about it. The idea, at least when it was still an idea, was for it to be clean, simple (haven't we all heard that word too much), and easy to navigate.
But that could change as I go... Oh and I updated the page a bit.
Add some flair. Give me a reason to remember it. I like how you used a bright colour with the dark theme to make it pop, but now maybe find a way to make it all flow too. Think of your design like a photograph. You have your frame, you have your primary focal point and you have something surrounding it - what you want to do is have the surroundings integrate in such a way as to complement the focal point, but without competing for attention. Then you need to find a way to connect it all in a way that leads the eye where you want it to go, not just wander aimlessly about.
Also, try to fill up your space. I'm on a 22" monitor, and I know a lot of other people aren't, but your site takes up a very small portion of my browser. Maybe a sidebar with some more navigation in it?
I did up a quick example of where I'd go with a dark blog style design, with yours in mind to illustrate a little of what I mean, you can check it out here.
Wow that looks pretty nice mr Lag! About the stuff with an 22" (WS) monitor, i also have one at home and i've seen the website on the screen. I think its avoidable, almost all websites that are 800px or lower look small on them :)
The only thing i think needs to ba changes, is that it lacks contrast. Especially the buttons, they are a bit difficult the see.
But you are deffinetally going the right way ! :)
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