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    My client wanted a simple scrolling parralax style website. Something clean and simple.

    Let me know what you guys.

    http://genco.labforone.com

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    Senior Member RDesignista's Avatar
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    Ben,

    You look like a young guy. This is not bad for a young guy.

    I don't think you would call this parallax. All I see is a fixed background. Parallax involves other objects that move at different rates to make the parallax, multi-dimensional effect.

    Your website is extremely empty. Try looking at http://www.nest.com/living-with-nest/ to see how they filled their site up.

    You need to change your top image. It's a good angle and good quality photo, but look at it: it's a photo of an exit sign and an electrical box outside a apartment in a poorly lit hallway. This is not the type of photo you want viewers to see when they first visit.

    Also, your slideshow is messed up.

    Viewing this in Chrome.

    -R

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    Yeah it's a looking empty with the white space at the top mainly. Maybe an image or text could make a difference to this. The general layout is pretty good though!
    Nathan Wilkins Web Design - www.nathanwilkins.com
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    I really like it, not sure about the portfolio layout, but in general very nice.

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    I like the colors and font style, very nice.

    But I think the page itself is too long, try shortening it.

    Overall, is very good!

    Max Wright

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    Hi Guys,

    This was only a layout, nowhere near finished. We ended up going from a different angle.

    I will post when finished.

    Cheers guys!

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    I am by no means a pro designer or anything but here is my opinion.
    I really like it, except for a couple things. It is a bit empty feeling, as others said. And I don't know if I like everything being on one page with anchors. It's a lot of stuff to scroll through or see whizzing past when I click on the link to the bottom. Just a bit overwhelming. Actually, after looking again, I think it's more that there are a few large areas of empty space. Some things seem very large and could be scaled down just a tad. It's mostly text taking up a very lot of space.
    I'll be interested in the finished project

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    I really like the colours and simplicity behind the site but you should really look at keeping you content in the center of the page at least, just to add some consistency. It's also not very often you see a navigation on the far right of the website. Maybe try going to a site like patterntap.com and just look at there websites. you will see majority of the websites have content in the center. Also just me being picky but you can see the where the blue background ends, Maybe look at making it continue perfectly


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