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Major website, samples & banner overhaul


#2
Leah

The website sections and content seems to be well thought out, but I personally would use a different typeface in the top red header image, and steer clear of using red text against black backgrounds (the bit under service benefits). It looks like a bog standard Word Press theme - it would look a bit more friendly with softer colours used in the template - the black and red is a bit 1980s.

Finally on your contact infomation, I feel you are restricting people contacting you with your rules on telephone calls and the fact that you will not meet people face-to-face, how will the customer trust in what you are going to deliver?

Hope this helps
 
#3
Leah

The website sections and content seems to be well thought out, but I personally would use a different typeface in the top red header image, and steer clear of using red text against black backgrounds (the bit under service benefits). It looks like a bog standard Word Press theme - it would look a bit more friendly with softer colours used in the template - the black and red is a bit 1980s.

Finally on your contact infomation, I feel you are restricting people contacting you with your rules on telephone calls and the fact that you will not meet people face-to-face, how will the customer trust in what you are going to deliver?

Hope this helps
Yep, I will look into that red/black thing. And yes I was into the red and black in the 80's along with the big hair:)

Meanwhile re contact, I do speak to clients on the phone (most are out of my area so meeting is never a consideration for them in anycase). I don't highlight my number because everytime I do I get a ton of marketing calls.