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First Client Website

Discussion in 'Website Design Critique:' started by Elekate, Jun 28, 2009.

  1. Elekate

    Elekate Member

    Recently created a website for a driving school local to me, would you guys mind posting some critique for future reference please :)

    Riteway Driving School
  2. Pixels Ink

    Pixels Ink Member

    Clear clean layout but I'd think about just changing your menu to text rather than images for SEO purposes.
  3. Elekate

    Elekate Member

    I agree with the menu, I just didn't know how to make it look good with text, would you happen to know of any tutorials that could show me please? :)
  4. Toyegraphics

    Toyegraphics Member

    i would make sure your header texts are the same, for example on the welcome page you have a nice large 'welcome' and on other pages your page title is much smaller, keep it consistent.

    also i dont like the black header image with the black car... maybe a sky in the background? take a look at 20:20 Properties, try and do something like that with your background...
  5. rob@cystem

    rob@cystem Member

    Hi There

    I love the layout it's nice to see a simple and clean fresh design where it's a case of Does what it says on the tin. However, I have a question you have some styling in your HTML code, why is this when you have a style sheet that could cater to all pages?

    I'm curious more than anything else.


    Robert Haylor
  6. LighthouseDM

    LighthouseDM New Member


    It's not too bad. I'd agree with Rob@Cystem...keep the styling in the style sheet. It's better for design purposes and for search engines when crawling your site. Also, I'd reduce the size of the menu on the left hand side of the page...'Testimonials' doesn't fit with the menu division and I'd possibly use a different font...something that is a little less aggressive and easier on the eye. Unless that is what you've been asked for then you're stuck with it.



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