Thanks. Other than that issue, and the fact that I haven't completed my bio/pricing, tech, size info, etc... are there other problems/issues that I should be aware of? Sorry to take up your time...I'm new, but, I want this site to be as professional-looking as possible. Thanks.
If anyone would review my site and off er some constructive criticism, I would really appreciate it. Thank you.
Ok, I'll bite. I have built a few web pages so I know something about design.
The front page is very beautiful.
1. Your gallery is a bit confusing. You really should name all the pictures and not use 9547.jpg and such. Also you should have lesser pictures and only your very best ones (with names). These you can rotate on a 6-month basis. Your gallery categories does not make sense to me. I do not get the Abstract Drinking glasses Modern. I suppose it should be "Drinking glasses" but the hover-bar on the right indicates that "glasses" is a separate category.
2. Your FAQ. You should NOT start with telling visitors how to buy. Tell about yourself, your process, your pictures.... If you use film tell them why. THEN you can add a point about ordering.
Just my 0.02€
try to standardize the website " large " print size ( the image after it is clicked on )
i have a large monitor and portrait oriented images i don't bother to scroll down if they don't fit on my screen.
i don't think i am alone ... the web-image is just to give an idea of what the final print looks like,
it doesn't have to be gigantic, just big enough to see ...
i know someone who insists on having HUGE scans on his website, he insists people want to see gigantic scans to see the "quality" ...
no yours aren't anywhere as big as his ( and that's good! )
... but just the same easy make the scans big enough to see the image easily on the screen, without scrolling .. scrolling is a PITA
Originally Posted by jnanian
I appreciate your advice. You're right; I'll standardize the "large" print sizes to eliminate the need for scrolling. Thank you for taking the time to review.
By taking a quick look at it I have to guess that this is your first website. Exactly what do you want to accomplish with it?