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    Hi, we have just updated the design of our website, http://www.aljoufilaw.com/ar/, by inserting images in the sub-pages. We would like to have the photos with high quality and resolution. We would really appreciate your opinions and suggestions if there are better formats to use for the photos to achieve quality result.

    The photos are currently in JPEG format. Please comment on the lay-out and interface for improvement.

    Your feedback it very much appreciated

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    The images are nice and clear - they just don't seem to illustrate anything to do with the topics on the pages.
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    It's hard to tell about what Mare said, although she's probably right. Without the English translations, it's hard to tell what you're trying to get at.
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    I have to admit I used the translate feature of Chrome to see what the content was on the pages. Apart from some grammatical errors it was fairly clear what they were about.
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    One problem is that your website does not look like a legal service's website. Another problem is that you do not have a single picture of anyone from the firm or any pictures of their office. All you have are stock photos. And even then, none of the stock photos are of people. Finally, I don't think purple is appropriate for a law firm. When it comes to corporations, "safe" colors should be what you use: black and white, blue, light accents or deep shades, and not bright purple.

    Whatever the case, I think you should supplement our critique with critique from people from the Middle East. Most regulars on this forum are from Canada, US, and UK... so I doubt we have the same criteria as people in Saudi Arabia do. And for all I know, purple is the color of choice for law firms in Saudi Arabia ops:.

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    Maybe "Aljazeera orange" could work better for that market? The photos are clear enough, but they do look very "stock" to me. At least there aren't two hands shaking or man running with briefcase

    Here's a law site with custom images in the sidebar navigation that sort of describe the various services they offer: http://kellyfamilylaw.com.au/

    What not at least have a picture of their building. It looks pretty impressive to me.


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    Quote Originally Posted by www.aljoufilaw.com, post: 246155
    Hi, we have just updated the design of our website, http://www.aljoufilaw.com/ar/, by inserting images in the sub-pages. We would like to have the photos with high quality and resolution. We would really appreciate your opinions and suggestions if there are better formats to use for the photos to achieve quality result.

    The photos are currently in JPEG format. Please comment on the lay-out and interface for improvement.

    Your feedback it very much appreciated
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