Looks good, only complaint is that the buttons along the top (Home, Web, Print, etc.) are too small/thin to be easily read against the background. I think it might be the font, because I had to click into "Identity" to figure out what it was.
I noticed a few alignment issues when viewing in firefox.
I would like to see larger examples of your work, not just thumbnails.
I'm in agreement with shellebelle, try to make your main nav more readable.
You might want to look into rollovers for you main navigation.
Type way to small to read comfortably, and I have better than average eyesight...read the second to last line on the eye chart and half of the bottom line. That said, yer type is to small. Your enlarge image links were not working for your print section, at least in firefox.
From a quick review, in Safari, there are some alignment issues when viewing samples of your work. I would hesitate to put your own firms logo in the identity section.
Also you logo is real clean looking then the site is designed with a grunge edgy look to it. Remember this is part of your identity, and you need to have a consistant brand. I have struggled with the same problem in the past.
Overall the site is decent, the work is fine. I would prefer to see larger examoples before I comment further. Also if one enlarges the text in safari, the text gets pushed out of view, and there is no scroll bar to get the rest of the info, one has to highlight and drag to read the rest of the copy.
all other forms of advertising that fall out of that realm, missed the short bus to design school. - d-frag
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