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There's a few things still to change/tidy up but would appreciate some feedback on the look and how it reads etc?!
Oh is that what you're calling it
fuck off then
when you make the screen small enough to get the three lined dropdown on teh top right - and it drops down to reveal the menu, if you click services - it dopesn't do anything, you have to click the arrow, which is a bit annoying / inconsistent with how the other menu buttons work
the comapny looks cool! would liek to work for you guys
i see what you're saying though, thanks for the feedback c-b
just have the arrow in the same link as services
i'd also probs move the arrow just slightly to the right of services, instead of pushed to the far right, as it breaks peoples natural navigation of just moving downward from the rest of the left aligned text
this page -
in chrome browser sized at 1090px wide (ish)
scroll down to the bottom of the page and it breaks!
bit messy at that size
i'll raise this with them tomorrow
that google maps thing at the top of the page is really annoying, if your cursor is on it and you use the mouse to scroll up or down you just make the map bigger and smaller, and i think it's a place where quite naturally move the cursor to as the page is loading up, so then you go to scroll the page down and it doesn't do what you expect.
there might be a way to turn that off so it's not so annoying, or maybe just have it as an image so that's consistent with the rest of the site design and anyway you deffo don't need two maps - of the same place, on one page
you've got a bit with 'latest tweets' but it doesn't actually say what your twitter name is, not even on the contact page.
(unless it does and I'm thick)
looks good though. I like that it doesn't take itself too seriously.
we're siting down with the website folk tomorrow to clear up all these little issues
But this bit:
"As a result, most have been with us for years and we keep a close eye on their requirements to ensure client satisfaction."
makes it sound like your existing clients get all the best work and the new ones just get any old shit. Also it'd be nice if you had a fourth verb for "contact, create, deliver, ________", the "after" there just looks a bit untidy.
It's a very pretty website though.
thanks Steved, both very good points, i'll get them remedied.
"makes it sound like your existing clients get all the best work"
you reckon? seems like a bit of a stretch to me, but what do I know.
I'm really bad at offering feedback on things. If someone asks me what I think of a piece of work I can't simply read it, I have to rewrite each sentence in my head for no reason.
If it was a bit more along the lines of "we pride ourselves on building effective client relationships and have formed many long-standing partnerships by always putting our clients' needs first" then the key part is our clients, rather than just our long term clients, whilst still emphasising that people keep using them because they're good.
- Having 'Latest News' buried at the bottom of each page is a curious decision.
- 'Services' list could perhaps be displayed vertically on one side of its container, with the content for the selected service displayed adjacent to the list in the remainder of the container. This would reduce the need to scroll up and down when another service is selected.
you've shown yourself to be very handy :)
when you scroll down and don't close the dropdown
looks like this
your web dudes should be able to put a bit of script in that automatically closes that menu as you scroll down the page, i guess most peopel open to menu to actually go to one of the links, so it's probs not a bit issue, but they might not do
I'm not sure if the big screen does it for me: it's a bit busy when you first click on it, and it stalled my laptop (might be my laptop being slow). I'm not fussed on those grey lines over the top of the video - but that's personal preference.
What I would suggest is a Twitter feed maybe on the front page; if you're an events company you may want to show that what you're doing has a 'live' feel to it, so maybe a Twitter live feed or something on the side wouldn't go amiss but then you don't want it getting all a bit hectic.
Also, the page is really long, having to click several times to go to the bottom of the page because the video screen thingy on the front is really big.
Overall, a nice website that gets straight to the point of what you do.
The Case Studies and Clients are very clean pages. Good work.
Good shout about the twitter feed on the front page
"that’s right, dynamism!" rather than "that’s right dynamism!"