Thank you!For UX improvement read some good. Try to read them thoroughly. I'm sure it'll help you as you're a newcomer. You're at early the stage of your career as you've mentioned that it's your first job. Don't get disheartened with some negative reviews, try to improve as much as you can.
I removed your link - we don't allow shortened links - and if you must link to your own site then that's fine - but it's not allowed either to be hidden in text.For UX improvement read some good blogs. Try to read them thoroughly. I'm sure it'll help you as you're a newcomer. You're at early the stage of your career as you've mentioned that it's your first job. Don't get disheartened with some negative reviews, try to improve as much as you can.
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Thank you for your feedback. However, it's kind of unpleasant to hear that my first serious project is dire. I understand that I don't know a lot yet but that's why I'm here.A basic wordpress theme with elementor. In other words, nothing differet to a zillion other sites. Scores 49/100 on the Google tests - which is better than some but still way below expectations.
The UX on a phone is dire and not much better on an tablet or desktop.
The content is meaningless waffle, the images all stock and there are no calls to action anywhere. No contact info in the footer. No legal or privacy notices.
And even after reading all the blurb I'm still not clear what it is they do.
Sorry to be so negative, but you seem to have focused on the layout and not the needs of a potential client. Just getting rid of all the pointless animations would be a good start. Second thing to do is bin elementor. Third thing to do is find out what their marketing plan is. Only then can you begin to map out the site structure and build the fiureframes
The very last thing to do in the project is add the theme. And if you used blocks instead of a page builder you could switch themes.