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November 05, 2011, 10:37:15 PM
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It works, what more is needed???
If you can call its history of hacks and bitcoin deletions to be working, sure.

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November 05, 2011, 11:03:26 PM
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I'm sure that it would be great for Bitcoin if they had a professional looking site. Mt.Gox is one of the sites that almost everyone who consider getting started with Bitcoin will visit. It's one of the sites that will make people decide if Bitcoin is a "real" currency or just a toy project. Honestly, today the Mt.Gox site does not look like something that regular people will want to trust their money with. It does not at all resemble other professional web sites that handle a lot of money.

Example of web site related to finance, simple, yet professional design: http://www.nasdaqomxnordic.com

So you want rounded corners.... that shouldn't be too hard.

Good UI design is usually not technically hard. But it's pretty damn hard getting it right if you don't have any experience or talent for it (I don't have any of that myself).

And no, Mt.Gox would not look professional by adding rounded corners to it.

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November 05, 2011, 11:44:37 PM
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It works, what more is needed???

I'm sure that it would be great for Bitcoin if they had a professional looking site. Mt.Gox is one of the sites that almost everyone who consider getting started with Bitcoin will visit. It's one of the sites that will make people decide if Bitcoin is a "real" currency or just a toy project. Honestly, today the Mt.Gox site does not look like something that regular people will want to trust their money with. It does not at all resemble other professional web sites that handle a lot of money.

Example of web site related to finance, simple, yet professional design: http://www.nasdaqomxnordic.com

  I could live with a layout like the one you linked. Save for that annoying bouncing friggin ad at the top, the others arn't too bad. I would like to see them add the option to also reposistion the modules, like that site has them where you can minimize them, but also be able to move the vertical placement. Very nice.

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