Saturday, November 20, 2010

Your comments on the new look please...

Hiya readers,

What do you think about the new look of One pagers ? They take 10 times longer to create, but if you really like the new look, I'll change them !

/Cheers
Ramki

11 comments:

EC said...

It format is much more attractive and simpler Sir..I would definetely opt for this kind of one page cookbooks..

Thor said...

Thank you for all your posts. The new look is a winner. Easier to follow and easier on the eyes.

sudar said...

have been an avid follower. Great content, definitely deserves better typesetting and formatting.One suggestion -- ever tried LATEX for your typesetting . Will make things easier for you and for others. Initial setup etc. might be cumbersome. ( can help )

Jane (Wisconsin, USA) said...

The new is very cookbook-like and attractive, and I can see that some people would prefer it. However, I like the old format, too, as it is simple and to the point-but then, I prefer my email in plain text, and prefer content (information) to "bells and whistles". Thanks for all your efforts (I just finished a nice tomato sambar inspired by your 1001 Sambars!)

Ramki said...

@ EC & Thor, Thanks for your quick feedback

@Sudar : Would appreciate any help on LATEX. Thanks !

@ Jane : Thanks ! That was what I had in mind too :) . I'm a minimalist myself but of late I've been receiving too many requests to 'do up' the one pagers. Good luck with other recipes!

jayasree said...

The new look is very attractive and catches your eye instantly...The old one was simple yet to the point.

PJ said...

Visiting ur space after along time.I love the new look of the one page cookbook.Very attractive :)

anitha murali said...

New look is very impressive yet clear and straight! Thanks for taking efforts to do this! You can't imagine the change your OnePage cookbooks has brought to my kitchen from past 14 months!!Thanks again Ramki! We really appreciate.

Anonymous said...

Your view of cooking is marvellous. The new format is attractive, but the old format is simple, effective and is better organized.

Pastamama said...

I totally agree with the other comments that this is a WINNER...technology keeps us on our toes always some new improvements sure is easy on the eyes. Thanks so much for the great "one page cookbook" I keep coming back to it for an easy solution to my recipes and meal planning. Happy New year Ramki and everyone.

yogibaba said...

I like the look It makes for easier reading

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