Just finished this one. Its a fairly simple no-frills site, I’m happy with it though and it loads super quick. Waiting for the client to update their blog content - which is still incomplete but out of my hands now. As always, its helpful to get your constructive feedback. Thanks , J
Very nicely styled. I love simple and clean layouts, you don’t often need a lot of eye candy to make a layout work. My only remark (after a career in advertising and communication): add some small headers to your homepage. People don’t want to go trough all of the text before they get to know what the site is about. Adding a few subheaders that give the reader key information can work miracles at this point.
But otherwise, very nice work.
Thanks Hans, I’ll give that a try. It should be fairly easy to break those columns up with some nice sub headers. Best wishes, J
Seconded. And I think if it were my site I’d replace ‘Welcome to the revolution’ with ‘Whose yoga is it anyway?’ - it’s a much stronger tagline and gives visitors much more of an insight into what the site is about.
I totally agree with Rob on this one. You could still use ‘Welcome to the revolution’ as a baseline or sub header. In terms of SEO, it’s also good to open a website with a header or title that matches the content.
But this is all advise around communication, the style of the site is clear and open. Nicely done James.
thanks guys - I can suggest it to the client - but its her call. I don’t usually get too involved with the text content they want to put up - unless they ask me to (and want to pay me to do this!) I don’t have time.
@James249 you’re absolutely right, a designer is bound to the content provided by the client. But in my experience it’s often appreciated to give this kind of feedback.
I’d make the font in the menu heavier/bigger too.