Hello everyone, I am graduating this December and am creating a website of my current body of work. This website is aimed at professional photographers who are interested in highering me as an intern or assistant. I wanted a website that has organized information and was free of visual clutter. I wanted a design that was similar to a printed photography book or a wide scroll. I chose a modernist typestyle such as Didot, since it is a contemporary font with clean lines. The website will be designed in html using separate iframes. I am aware this is dated code, but this is all I know as far as web-language is concerned. I will be studying Flash, and will apply this design to a flash website once I have studied some. What I'm having trouble with is the placement of the written information. Should I have who designed the website on the page, or is that unnecessary? When displaying information on the photograph, should it be placed by the photo (like a book--siteb/c.jpg) or by the thumbnails--sitea.jpg--? The contents section: Does it look alright in the last two, or better in the first image? Is the large thumbnail necessary, too large, or placed poorly? I'm not fully happy with the placement. As far as navigation is concerned, the thumbnails will be gone when you first load the page. When you click the links, the information should load on the empty space. When you click on the photos, small thumbnails will appear and the image will load on the right panel. Thanks for any help! Here are the samples. This one is the original design. The next two are redesigned illustrated in Portrait and Landscape.