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    Hi all,

    I would appreciate any critique on the following catering equipment web site: http://www.catering-equipment-uk.biz/

    Thanks

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    Hi there

    First impressions for me are that site appears a little crampt at the top left corner. I Also note that in firefox the price of your feature product is out of alignment.

    For me the whole site appears a little too square. Perhaps you could introduce some curves somewhere, or play around with some more white space.

    Other then that, not too bad I really like your TME solutions site, looks nice.

    cheers
    Hayden

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    Looks okay. You could use a copywriter to go over the benefits, rather than generic filler. Standard brohureware, other than location there's little to keep a visitor on the site.

    "Thames Valley Catering Equipment are one of the UKs leading new, ex-demonstration and reconditioned catering equipment suppliers for commercial kitchens"

    Why and what makes you a leading supplier? You explain nothing, claims without any explanation. There is no context for the claim.

    If you have walk-in traffic, a map and exterior picture of the building wouldn't hurt. Adding a Unique Selling Proposition or some attempt at communication would be a plus.

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    Thanks for the comments. ill try to take those comments on board. ill post again when i do some of those changes

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    looks good to me.. but i suggest the top navbar ( home | about | services | ...) to be centred instead of aligned to the left side. =)
    Hyperair

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    Thanks, I may see how it looks aligned with the main content, ie to the right of where the side nav finishes.

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    Overall, a good site. I can appreciate the fact that you didn't do the simple, over-done fading in technique most people use for their flash components. I liked the structure you built for around your links and content. Very clean looking!

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    Nice site, clean and professional. Easy to navigate and the color gives relaxation to the eyes... Well done!




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