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  • What do you think about design of this site

    Good day.
    What you think and what I need to improve?
    Site: http://wezom.com/


  • #2
    The design of the site showcases skill. If your customers are other designers, they are going to appreciate the look of your site.

    If you are selling web and app development I don't see you getting many leads with the current layout of your site.

    Think like your customer. Your customer goes on Google and searches "my company needs an app". Your customer scrolls through a few listings and stumbles upon your site. He then sees a photo of a girl bedding over backwards with side boob with the words "appearance and functionality" "order our service". Your customer has no idea what your service is and decides to leave your page before even scrolling down.

    A mistake a lot of designers make with web design is the full page header. They look nice and I've even used them on other sites, but you need to think, is your audience actually going to scroll down on your page? Do you want your potential customer to have to scroll to see what you can do for them? Or would it be better to make your header half the height it is now so that the important content sits above the fold?

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    • #3
      Hello! Thank you for sharing the website.I like such a template a lot really. It looks cool!

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      • #4
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        • #5
          Nice!

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          • #6
            Picking up on what Calebninja said, the site — especially the front page — seems more about showcasing technical virtuosity than it does in demonstrating how you can address client concerns and solve their problems.

            To an extent, there's nothing wrong with demonstrating gee-whiz abilities, but clients, from my long experience, are far more impressed with designers who help them achieve business objectives. The fancy stuff looks nice and makes an impression, but in the end most clients will be asking themselves how you can help them sell more widgets.

            Just my perspective, but I suspect your focus on widget selling has taken a back seat to demonstrating design and technical pizzazz. From this perspective, failing to position your site to target your own prospective clients' concerns might very well demonstrate an inability to design for your clients' audience.

            The inside pages don't have the wizardry overpowering the functionality problem, but the copywriting and attention to detail leaves something to be desired. It's not terrible, but it's obviously not crossed the desk of a good editor. The copy is a bit awkward and doesn't flow well in places. Again, it's not terrible, but you're positioning your company as a high-end firm that specializes in top-notch work. In doing so, the less-than-high-end copywriting stands out like a giant, throbbing sore thumb. I know many designers and developers don't like to deal with it, but good writing is an absolutely essential part of good web design.
            Last edited by B; 04-23-2017, 01:56 PM.

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            • #7
              I agree with a lot of what has been said here.

              When I have designed sites, one of the key issues is always the FLOW. Not just design flow (which is important, but different from what I'm talking about), but also the flow / fluidity with which the pages scroll, images swap out, etc.. I noticed that when scrolling down there is a jerkiness to the scroll...it is not smooth. I also noticed that when it first loaded it took more than a few seconds. I am on high speed xfinity and that shouldn't be the case. I would check optimization of color if these are stacked images or check your script if this is Flash intensive, and also use the eyedropper tool to limit the colors spectrum and to force shades into the same color hex. Also, when I scroll I was expecting each color bar (individual category) to justify to the top of the screen as it appeared from the bottom...like they wanted to smoothly glide and lock into place. For example, when I'm looking at "Web Development" there shouldn't be a cut-off partial view of "Web Promotion" below it. Maybe allow navigation function to appear below where you can further explore "Web Development" or choose to continue scrolling down to "Web Promotion. These are just thoughts, but the time to load, jerkiness in scrolling and partial headers showing below each other jumped out at me as unrefined and not quite done.

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              • #8
                Thank you for your opinion. I'll try to fix it.

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                • #9
                  Your website looks good and the banners are also effective. But little suggestion is the website appears clumsy. Just try to keep the website simple and neat.

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                  • #10
                    It also feels a bit busy and unorganized. I didn't really get graphic design from seeing it. That said, it does look professional. I'm just not fully getting the intended message from what you've presented.

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                    • #11
                      Is a excellent design used in your site.

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                      • #12
                        So now i will did some new design for website,pls check https://wezom.com/ and what do you think?

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                        • #13
                          I can't remember what the original version looked like, but after reading through my previous concerns, I no longer have those concerns with your new design. At first glance, I actually quite like it. I'm a little short on time right now, but perhaps later, I'll give it a more thorough look.

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