Hope you don't mind me picking brains, I don't really expect you guys to do my work for me but wondered if anyone might like to put in there 2 pence worth. I have a client that I've been given the order to re-do their website. The current site is heading towards 4 years old and was designed before I joined the company. Although it wasn't live at the time. I inherited the design and 'finished it off' and it was the first job I put live when I joined. I've built up a good relation with the customer over the years but I've never really liked the design. I gave it a refresh about a year or so ago, removed the round corners, drop shadows and gradient backgrounds etc. to bring it a little up to date which helped. But overall it's showing it's age now. The main problem is it's a fairly large company that offer lots of services, the 'old boys' on the committee - there's a board of 12 senior partners, that although won't be involved in the process as that's with the marketing manager, they will have overall say and will want to be heard - they want to showcase ALL their offerings, and as a result the home page is filled with boxes, containing a representative image and link to each service. There's currently 12 main sections, but it's been identified that some are actually missing!! I want to direct them down a path of not hanging out all their washing for all to see, it's too confusing and just baffles the visitor. But rather I want to engage with the visitor in the very first instance with a simple question along the lines of "what service are you looking for?" And then some kind of simple selection/filter process. Initial feedback is that's a no go and they want to dig their heels in, I'm going to analyse their in page analytics and prove these links aren't being used. And I need to put forward a case for me proposed solution. But just wondered if anyone fancied sharing an opinion or had an alternative solution for any similar conundrums? Thanks in advance, Tim.