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    Hey,

    Feel free to review blue and green design site.

    Best Regards

    Patrick

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    Don't like the front page, looks very crowded. And you should choose another graphic instead of a... fishing boat?

    When I clicked on services, I liked your site much more. The blue/green implementation in text and header pictures and shapes all look really nice together.

    Would love to see a fancier contact form.

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    In general, it's a beautiful site. I'm on the fence about the black background though. It's definitely effective.

    Overall, I would recommend doing a spell check on all pages. I found many typos in the content. There is nothing worse than reading about how professional an organization claims to be and finding typos all over the place. It just looks unprofessional and sloppy. Whenever I look at these sites, I imagine that I'm a customer and asking myself, "would I hire this company based on what I am seeing right now?"

    Companies do this all the time. The minute they find a typo in a CV or resume it goes in the bin. So if you are promoting a website business, your website is a reflection of what type of service a customer can expect. So spell check is a must.

    On the web design page of the Portfolio link, the quotes on the right are scrolling too fast for me. As I'm reading them they are changing.

    On the Services page, an extra space between the bullets would make it easier to read.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RDesignista, post: 233102
    Don't like the front page, looks very crowded. And you should choose another graphic instead of a... fishing boat?

    When I clicked on services, I liked your site much more. The blue/green implementation in text and header pictures and shapes all look really nice together.

    Would love to see a fancier contact form.
    Yeah I am thinking of doing a simular contact form to the one on http://askon.biz/, with nice rollover actions. Yeah I might change the index page image for another, any surggestions

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alanna Baxter, post: 233108
    In general, it's a beautiful site. I'm on the fence about the black background though. It's definitely effective.

    Overall, I would recommend doing a spell check on all pages. I found many typos in the content. There is nothing worse than reading about how professional an organization claims to be and finding typos all over the place. It just looks unprofessional and sloppy. Whenever I look at these sites, I imagine that I'm a customer and asking myself, "would I hire this company based on what I am seeing right now?"

    Companies do this all the time. The minute they find a typo in a CV or resume it goes in the bin. So if you are promoting a website business, your website is a reflection of what type of service a customer can expect. So spell check is a must.

    On the web design page of the Portfolio link, the quotes on the right are scrolling too fast for me. As I'm reading them they are changing.

    On the Services page, an extra space between the bullets would make it easier to read.
    Your not the first person to point this out to me. Realy have to sort this out Spelling is extreamly important, Thank god for spell check

    Thanks for the advice

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    Not too bad, I would change the title html tag you have 19 words in it, you might want to consider shortening it a bit.
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    I like the design. But I suggest that you use an image slider instead of header banner that only changes after every click on a webpage, well you know just to make the site more interactive
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