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gaudy bubbles aren’t »proof«
it would be the content inside the gaudy bubbles.
ah, good you bought the alternate url :)
on both my 1050 and 1024 height monitors your footer is JUST peeking over the bottom, whilst there's a fairly large drop from the nav to the main body content. Seems like taht could be tweaked, at least per resolution.
The background line things interfere a little too much with the foreground text.
What if anything do the buttons under "our client's" do? and, is that supposed to be a possessive? I mean , it does make sense, but of the buttons that leads to don't do anything. then it doesn't make sense.
Oh. I see what those buttons do now. erm. that's a bit pointless, especially as you're making me work for it.
erm.. your 'proof' page is one big background image? Isn't that an example of exactly how not to make a SEO page??
this whole prefacing lines with ,, is... well, I won't swear, but i don't like it and think it's a bit crap.
the nav-layout is weird. your main content is in a comparatively subtle dropdown, whiulst the rest of the nav leads to fluff (blog, background-image)? doesn't seem all that intuitive, is all.
Actual textual content is dense and dry - you flip between having very little on a page and way too much.
Don't worry, these are merely the opinions of a defeated, embittered little man.
Oh, and I'm no grid nazi (HEIL!) but your lining up seems off ... especially when your sub-headers are shunted right by those blasted ,,'s
good points..thanks detritus.
It has potential. I'd say the colours are too bright - something subtler could look good on that background. I'd tone it down a bit and use one of the colours for your header text, rather than jet black.
Agree with the grid issue; things seem to float around all over the place and your content bleeds into the footer (maybe define the footer more).
I'd be tempted to make more of 'what you do', rather than hiding it all in the dropdown.
Couple of grammatical issues on the front page.
I really like where you're headed. Definitely have someone with a good eye for copywriting take a look and fix up the punctuation and grammar mistakes. Great job.
Have you considered merging the coloured button functionality with the bauble content in your proofs section?
So when they click the button, the relevant ascending line comes into focus, then the bauble at left on the homepage (and perhaps a couple more to complement) change accordingly?
the secondary nav items it the 'What We Do' dropdown blend in too much..... a little hard to read.