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    I redesigned this site for my wife's family business. I use CSS and HTML on aspx pages. I have also used pirobox for the products gallery. Please tell me what you think, if you like or dislike. Thanks in advance.
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    The color scheme is nice but i'm not really liking the navigation. It doesn't really fit. You also need some work on the logo. It look old school to me.
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    Jswebz,

    I would say that it looks old school, but I noticed that it's a carpet company located in Ohio Valley, so there is no need to make it fancy shmancy.

    Navigation does need work. When I click on products, I just see a bunch of pictures. No captions, no descriptions, no categories.

    Here's what I suggest: when they click/hover over products, there should be a sub menu with categories of products. Alternatively, if you don't have a lot of types of products, just add a little scrolling or fixed menu with categories listed and when clicked, it'll skip to a particular category's pictures. Either way, the products need to be fleshed out much more.

    Finally, something's up with your Facebook item -- there's a gap in there.

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    I would say that it looks old school, but I noticed that it's a carpet company located in Ohio Valley, so there is no need to make it fancy shmancy.
    Haha, yes I would agree here! Our little town in Ohio is a bit backwards. But on the upside there is no crime or congested streets. I am still working on the products page so your input helps alot. I just wanted to get the pics out there for now. This is design I did for free for my wife's family. I am also working on a logo for them as they do not currently have one. This is a business that mainly gets customers by word of mouth and repeat customers, and surprisingly they do very good business. Thanks to everyone for the input.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jswebz, post: 234558
    Haha, yes I would agree here! Our little town in Ohio is a bit backwards. But on the upside there is no crime or congested streets. I am still working on the products page so your input helps alot. I just wanted to get the pics out there for now. This is design I did for free for my wife's family. I am also working on a logo for them as they do not currently have one. This is a business that mainly gets customers by word of mouth and repeat customers, and surprisingly they do very good business. Thanks to everyone for the input.
    No crime? That's wonderful. I saw a list of the 50 most dangerous cities in the US, and both Cleveland and Cincinnati were there (as well as every city with a football team), so I was getting a feeling that Ohio was a bad place to be, although previously I thought of it as a nice little state where my pastor grew up.

    One last thing: the picture on the front looks skewed. Please revert to original ratio.

    -R


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