Monday, June 07, 2010

Yvette's Bridal Formal (updated)

How would you expect a site named Yvette's Bridal Formal to look? Not like this, I bet.
Call Jakob Nielsen. No, call Doctor Kevorkian.

Here is her map of how to find her:

I'd like to meet this person and see how she works.

posted by Eolake Stobblehouse @ Monday, June 07, 2010   11 comments links to this post


At 7 Jun 2010, 11:36:00, Anonymous Philocalist said...


At 7 Jun 2010, 13:17:00, Blogger Pascal [P-04referent] said...

That makes two of us then!!!

That's a very, um, "interesting" layout. And also very disturbing.
Feels ever so slightly messy, too. Yvette should've hired my brother. He designs professional websites, and does a very nice job.

At 7 Jun 2010, 14:37:00, Blogger Uncle Ron said...

Did you check out her map on how to find her?

I love it...

At 7 Jun 2010, 16:29:00, Anonymous George said...

This link can be used for testing of browsers as well - my FF crashed twice on attemtps to open that link :)

At 7 Jun 2010, 16:52:00, Blogger Tommy said...

Holy FARK!!! Panama City sure must have changed a lot since I lived there... ;-)

I wonder if she actually gets any positive traffic from that site..

At 7 Jun 2010, 22:34:00, Anonymous waringsh said...

It's a design ethos. You wouldn't understand.

At 7 Jun 2010, 22:38:00, Anonymous Robb in Houston said...

It's an abomination.
She took too much LSD (probably) and needs to put the crayons away.

Absolutely a psycho website.

At 7 Jun 2010, 23:30:00, Blogger Bronislaus Janulis said...

Well, it certainly fits the Panama City I drove through last spring.

I liked it; the overwrought, anti-design chaos works.

At 8 Jun 2010, 04:35:00, Blogger eolake said...

waringsh, explain the ethos to us.

At 8 Jun 2010, 12:28:00, Anonymous Michael Burton said...

I think it's a Goth thing... the web design equivalent of eyebrow piercings and black nail polish.

At 9 Jun 2010, 21:59:00, Blogger Pascal [P-04referent] said...

Consider this as a live field experiment on the effect of hallucinogenic substances. Ain't it fascinating? ;-)
Just as fascinating as driving by a gruesome car wreck! Admit it. EVERYBODY can't help but stare.

"explain the ethos to us."
What, I thought YOU of all people were very familiar with -and enthusiastic about- sophisticated neo-dadaist deconstructionnism? What's to explain? Yvette is an artist. Her outstanding works leave no-one neutral, and so far she's been the cause of a debate-turned-brawl in EVERY single wedding she's boldly designed. ;-)

Correction: hers is the PSYCHEDELIC Goth style. Please double-check your cultural references next time, so you don't sound like a dilettante commenting Picasso in fancy exhibition salons. ;-)


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