Ha Ha,It's poor. I mean for a web design agency/studio you miss out key things for accessibility especially. Really simple stuff like hovers or adding a link to your logo to get back to the start.
Each page is filled with pointless text, users have a short attention span if a potential customer see's all of the text they'll just leave. Likewise with the amount of links you have, why on earth you need so many I have no idea.
The colours aren't the best either, if you're going to use white, black and orange be careful. Add some line-spacing at least to the main text and choose a different font.
SEO. We've been through this already, but I had a read of the SEO page, and why the hell you have to run your keywords through a spreadsheet is beyond me. Also do you not add Meta to every site you do?
The code looks bloated and poor as well.
I would say his first line contains very constructive criticism and also that I agree with it:However your lack of constructive critism says alot, so I will take little notice.
Adding hover states to menus aids users immensely and helps them to navigate a website. I think it's also safe to say that it's standard practice to make your logo a link back to your homepage and if you want some high profile examples then try facebook, twitter, amazon ect........for a web design agency/studio you miss out key things for accessibility especially. Really simple stuff like hovers or adding a link to your logo to get back to the start.
I second this, I found it hard to read visually - actually quite difficult to focus on. I'd say for a start you need to up the line spacing. But, like sweetums said above, once I'd got my eyes to work the content was like reading a Google search page. I appreciate it must do well in search engines and it clearly works if you've got customers but it didn't do it for me - you need to re-write it for human beings in my opinion and, to an extent, sod the search engines. Also, get your site to validate - it's good practice.Also have you actually sat down and read the body copy on your home page?? To me it feels like it has just been wrote for SEO purposes and is actually very bad if a human reads it! It mentions key words far to much which makes it much longer and messier than it should be. New visitors to your site will want something that is clear and concise so they can understand its point in a few seconds!
This is not helped by the amount of links that you have in your body copy as this also makes reading harder.
I found that hilarious. I am not sure this guy will be back as he probably realised that he needs to rethink his strategies. I don't beleive that was the aim by anyone on here as we are merely giving our design critique and some people are so into their work that they won't hear any of it.Can I ask what you studied at college?