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    Hello, I am re-designing my current site www.boyleswebdesign.com, I just started the re-design and Im looking for some reviews, Thanks

    Ps. Im new here, Hi

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    **Note: Since you are calling yourself a designer, you will be held to higher standards here.**

    That said, I do like what you have so far, but there are a few things that bug me.
    1) I would like to see the wood theme carried out a bit further in the design.
    2) It would be nice if the logo looked like it were branded into the wood at the top.
    3) Speaking of the logo, it doesn't line up quite right. The "B" in Boyles lines up almost perfectly with the "B" in the box, while the "n" in Design is almost totally beyond the edge of the "D" in the box.
    4) The footer is huge, and pretty pointless, minus the form. Plus, the tan doesn't match the wood at the top, and looks flat out strange.
    5) Are you a freelancer (stick to I/me), are you a company (us/we)?
    6) Lose the "Scriptina" signature, it doesn't match the casual nature of the site.

    Honestly, it looks like you were started in one direction, but haven't finished your idea yet.
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    Thanks, anyone else have any ideas/opinions?

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    Does anyone else have any more opinions?

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    If the top is supposed to be wood grain, maybe you can show the grain more at an angle, like 30 degrees or something. And put some knots in the wood. Right now, I have trouble seeing this as wood.
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